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καθίσταντο—as usual, of political arrangements. For the imperfect, see note on ch. 3, 30.

Ῥαμφίας—father of the Clearchus of Xenophon's Anabasis. In viii 8, 2, and 39, 2, we find Clearchus holding a command in the Hellespont. ἦγον—‘were on their way with’. An intended reinforcement had miscarried the year before owing to the influence of Perdiccas with the Thessalian chiefs (iv. 132, 2).

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