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δὲ ἀρωγὰ κ.τ.λ.we on our side have dis cussed with the pilots and have provided all the means in our power which we found would help us in the narrow space of the harbour against the difficulties that gave us trouble before, namely the crowding of the vessels and the enemy's men on deck.

ἐπὶ—describes the circumstances, as in II. 17 προῄδει μὴ ἐπ᾽ ἀγαθῷ ποτε αὐτὸ κατοικισθησόμενον.

παρασκευὴν—force. For the fact see c. 40.5.

οἷς—neut., referring to ὄχλος and παρασκευή.

ἐκ τῶν παρόντων—cf. c. 77.1.

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