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2. ἤθεσιν, your moral feelings, which impel you to act thus. Cf. § 204.2. Cf. ἠθικά, mores, morals. See note on § 275.3. 3. πολλαχόθεν δείξω: Aeschines anticipates or rather answers this argument in 193: λέγει δὲ ὁ φεύγων... οὐχ ὡς ἔννομα γέγραφεν, ἀλλ᾽ ὡς ἤδη ποτὲ καὶ πρότερον ἕτερος τοιαῦτα γράψας ἀπέφυγεν. 4. Ναυσικλῆς: the general who commanded the well-known expedition which stopped Philip at Thermopylae in 352 B.C. 6. Διότιμος: mentioned in XXI. 208 as a rich trierarch, included by Arrian (1. 10, 4) among the generals whom Alexander demanded after the destruction of Thebes.—Χαρίδημος: of Oreus, an adopted Athenian, the object of severe invective in the oration against Aristocrates (352 B.C.). He was first a guerrilla leader in the service of Athens, later one of the patriotic party, and was demanded by Alexander in 335. 7. οὑτοσὶ implies that Neoptole- mus was well known in Athens.— πολλῶν ἔργων ἐπιστάτης: probably one of those called δημοσίων ἔργων ἐπιστάται by Aesch. (III. 29), specially appointed to direct special works. 8. σχέτλιον ἂν εἴη...ὑφέξει: for the peculiar form of conditional sentence see M.T. 503, 407. 11. κομίσασθαι implies that the receiver has a claim on the giver: cf. ἀποδοῦναι, § 110.8, and Plat. Rep. 507 A, ἐμέ τε δύνασθαι αὐτὴν ἀποδοῦναι καὶ ὑμᾶς κομίσασθαι.
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