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τοῦ μὲν . . . τοῦ δὲ—apposition to διεφθαρμένου. πιστεύσας μᾶλλον— “N. had always been, as far as his duty allowed him, a friend of Sparta.” Freeman . χρήσασθαι . . . ὅ τι βούλονται—regular formula for an unconditional surrender. φονεύοντας—an Ionic word, found often in tragedy and Herod., and four times in Thuc. See Rutherford, New Phryn. p. 15.
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