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ἀνοικίζεσθαι. So i. 7, ἀνῳκισμένοι εἰσί (‘have their towns inland’). Cf. i. 58. In c. 23, § 6, the opposite faction have retired to Daphnus: the state of things is to be reversed.

προσχωρεῖν The subject is τοὺς Κλαζομενίους to be understood from αὐτῶν. Cf c. 23 (fin.) The order is given to the Clazomenians generally (1) that those among them who favour the Athenians shall be removed inland to Daphnus, (2) that Clazomenae shall come over to the Peloponnesians.

Ταμὼς mentioned by Xenophon, An. i. 2, 21 (P-S).

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