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σκοποῖτο. Rarer than σκέψαιτο.

ἐνθένδε, not merely “from Athens” but “from this spot,” i.e. the assembly or platform, as shown by τοῖς . . . πεπολιτευμένοις.

ὧν follows both χάριν and δίκην, thanks for, vengeance for.

τοῖς . . . πεπολιτευμένοις, middle.

λέγειν, sc. ταῦτα, from ὧν.

δέ. The relative is carried on with the next two clauses.

ἔνι, sc. λέγειν.

ἀκηκοέναι. The tense is important.

βουλομένοις, conditional.

δοκιμάζειν, sc. αὐτά. Always used of a close scrutiny: technically of examining a magistrate before he was admitted to office, or a youth before he was classed among men.

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