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[5] 25. καίτοι—the sentence that follows refers to both the grievances just alleged.

26. ἀληπτότεροι ἦσαν—the imperf. by assimilation to the other verbs. έξῆν is, of course, potential according to Goodwin, M.T. 415. ἀληπτότεροι because of their αὐτάρκης θέσις.

1. διδοῦσι καὶ δεχομένοις τὰ δ.—Corcyra had offered δίκας in this case (c. 28. 2); but the Corinthian means that they would not enter into an alliance, a condition of which was regularly the settlement of disputes by arbitration.

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