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[6] 28. νομίσαντες δὲ κτλ .—νομίσαντες and ὑποψίᾳ are the emphatic words (Forbes).

8. φόνος ... πολύς—see Hicks, Man. Gk. Hist. Inscr. p. 23 Cimon, who had been banished after the return from Ithome (c. 102), was recalled after this defeat on the motion of Pericles. Plato (Mener.) and Demosth. speak of the battle of Tanagra as indecisive. Plato also misrepresents the ostracism of Cimon in the Gorgias.

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