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57. Those Nations whose names are thus used are chiefly barbaric despotisms (“as one man”): “ Πέρσης”, the Persian; Λυδός”, the Lydian (“the Hivite and the Hittite”); “ Μακεδών” ( DEM. in contempt). Thucydides, however, “ Ἀθηναῖος”, the Athenian; Συρακόσιος”, the Syracusan.

DEM. 1.23:τόν γε Παίονα καὶ τὸν Ἰλλυριόν” .

THUC.1.69.5:τόν τε γὰρ Μῆδον”, and elsewhere. 6.78.1:τὸν μὲν Συρακόσιον . . . τῷ Ἀθηναίῳ” . 6.84.3: Χαλκιδεύς” .

HDT.1.69:τὸν Ἕλληνα”. 8.2: “ Λάκων”(?) 8.136: “τὸν Ἀθηναῖον”. 9.12: “τὸν Σπαρτιήτην”.

AR. Pax, 214:νῦν ὡττικίων δωσεῖ δίκαν” .

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