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τῶν ἐν τῇ Λακεδαίμονι. αὐτῶν of Haase, Cl., etc., is not required. The meaning is ‘of the parties present in L.,’ not the Lacedaemonians themselves, for these begin the next sentence, οἱ μέντοι Λακεδ.. . . . The words are not superfluous, as P-S would suppose; there are other parties than the two just named, e.g. Alcibiades.

ὅπως . . . πείσουσι See crit. note. The future is regular with expressions of ‘striving.’ The subjunctive is ‘less frequent,’ Goodwin, M. and T. § 339.

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