11. Σαμίωνἀποστάντων—in 440 B.C., c. 115. The resemblance between the two cases is more verbal than real. The Corinthian keeps using ἀποστῆναι of Corcyra; but Corcyra's ἀπόστασις was really only the estrangement of a colony from the mother-city, whereas Samos really revolted from the Athenian alliance.
13. δίχαἐψηφισμένων—were divided in their votes.
14. ἀντείπομεν—made a counter proposal.
Commentary on Thucydides Book 1. E. C. Marchant. 1905. London. MacMillan and Company, Ltd.
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