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[2] 11. ὑπὸ βαρβάρων—if the Ten Years' War is meant, the only case mentioned by Thuc. is Colophon (3.34); but if the Twenty-seven Years' War be meant, Mycalessus (29) may be included, though ἠρημωθησαν is somewhat exaggerated.

ὑπὸ σφῶν αὐτῶν—as Plataea (3.68), Mytilene (3.50), Thyrea (4.57).

12. οἰκήτορας μετέβαλον—as Aegina (2.27), Potidaea (2.70), Anactorium (4.49), Scione (5.32), Delos (5.1), Melos (5.116).

13. φυγαί—sc. ἐγένοντο. Instances of exile as the direct consequence of the war are the Plataeans (2.5), driven out by the Thebans, the Lesbians, who fled before the Athenians (4.52); exile as the result of στάσις occurred at Corcyra (3.69), Megara (4.74).

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