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εἰκὸς ἦν . . . ἰέναιit was natural for the A. to go, ἰέναι being present, as is usually the case with the paradigm of εἶμι except in Oratio Obliqua.

ὐποδοχὴν—of a hostile reception, as accipio in Cic. ad At. I. 18 hunc ego accepi in senatu ut soleo ‘I gave him a warm reception.’

ὥσπερ διενοήθησαν—see c. 60.2.

ὡς ἑκάστην—see on c. 65.2.

ποι ἐκπεπτωκυῖανhad been driven ashore anywhere.

ἐκόμιζον—the A. dead, whom Nicias had left as they fell, were afterwards buried by the Syr. on Plemmyrium, where their graves and bones have been recently found. (See Freeman Hist. Sic. III. p. 365.)

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