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τῶν τε . . . . ἀπορίᾳ . . . καὶ . . . ἦσαν—these are the two reasons given for κακῶς εἷχε, the principal clause replacing a subordinate.

τοὐναντίον—i.e. no longer westwards, with no further attempt to reach the high ground.

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