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τάς τε τῶν Κορινθίων πέντε, ‘the Corinthian ships, which were five in number.’ These form part of the ten ships of c. 31, § 1.

Λακωνικὰς i.e. three of the four ships which had come with him from Cenchreae (c. 23, § 1) were Laconian. The other may have been the Hermionian.

πρὸς τὴν ναυαρχίαν to take up his position as Lord High Admiral at the chief seat of action.

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