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πεζὸς, i.e. of the Clazomenians and Erythraeans, c. 16, § 1.

μετ᾽ αὐτῶν Const. ‘the Chians (who had set sail with the remaining ships), assisted by the land forces, caused L. to revolt.’ This is much more natural and simple than to suppose a zeugma, with e.g. ἀπάρας or ὁρμηθεὶς to be supplied with πεζὸς from ἀναγαγόμενοι.

Λέβεδον one of the oldest and most flourishing Ionian cities; cf. Hdt. i. 142. Its subsequent desertion (Hor. Ep. i. 11, 7) was due to its destruction by Lysimachus (Paus. vii. 3, 2). Αἰπάς, πολίχνιον Τηίων (Strabo, p. 644).

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