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Φεράς. In 352 Philip, after being twice defeated, gained a complete victory over Lycophron, despot of Pherae (who was helped by the Phocians under Onomarchus), and took first that town, then its port, Pagasae. Μαγνησίαν. Whether the district or a town bearing the same name, is uncertain. πάνθ̓ sums up the names. εἰς Θρᾴκην. Still in 352, as we see from iii. § 4. In the interval the Athenians had roused themselves sufficiently to stop his march into Greece at Thermopylæ. ῥᾴσας . . . ῥᾳθυμεῖν. A pun. “When somewhat recovered he did not relapse into remissness.” Ὀλυνθίοις ἐπεχείρησεν. Cf. supra, § 7 (note). Ἰλλυριοὺς καὶ Παίονας. In 351, after a partial conquest, 359-8. Ἀρύββαν, King of the Molossians.
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