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[2] 9. ξυνέμειξαν—plup. in sense, and this clause belongs to what follows.

10. ὁποῖοι—not much different from οἵτινες, but denoting, as Stahl points out, that there were no distinguishing marks of dress and appearance to show whether those they fell in with belonged to the winning or losing side. Cf. the common use of ποῖος for τίς in tragedy.

11. ναυμαχία γάρ—cf. c. 1. 2.

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