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τὸ διάφορονreverse.

οἷς=ὅτι αὐτοῖς.

ἀντὶ μὲν τοῦ . . ἥκειν—Herod. has this idiom twice without the article.

δουλωσομένους—for the change from dat. to accus. cf. c. 40.4; 57.9.

τοῦτο—object of πάθωσι.

ναυβατῶν—found in Herod., Thuc., and tragedy only.

ὁπλιτικῷ προσέχοντας μᾶλλον ναυτικῷtrusting, not to a fleet, but to hoplites. This was a bad omen for the queen of the sea.

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