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Εὔβοιάν τε ἀποστήσαντες . . . καὶ τἆλλα . . . καθίσταντο. For the anacoluthon of τε with participle answered by καὶ with finite verb (as if ἀπέστησαν had been written) see c. 81, § 1, αἰεί τε . . . ἐχόμενος . . . καὶ τέλος ἔπεισε. Cl. and P-S suppose a lacuna of e.g. ἔσχον after ἀποστήσαντες.

πλὴν Ὠρεοῦ in the extreme north of the island, formerly called Histiaea (vii. 57). 2000 Athenian cleruchs had been settled in the place by Pericles after the Euboean revolt of B.C. 445 (i. 114). Hence αὐτοὶ εἶχον.

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