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135. [2] 15. τοῖς αὐτοῖς—i.e. θανάτῳ.

[3] 16. ἔτυχε γὰρ ὠστρακισμένος—when this had happened is unknown; 471 B.C. is generally favoured in spite of the statement in Ath. Pol. that Them. was at Athens in 462 B.C.: the year depends upon other events such as the reduction of Naxos (see c. 137. 2)—of which the date is uncertain. For a discussion see Sandys on Ath. Pol. c. 25.

20. ἄγειν—sc. to Athens.

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