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[5] 6. ἐς τὸ φανερὸν ἀποδύντες ες τὸ φ. is a standing phrase for ‘openly,’ ‘in public,’ with verbs of motion, or suggestive of motion. The simplest form of phrase is such as ἐς τὸ φ. ἐνεγκεῖν (Hyperid. I. v. 3), but Thuc., as so often, strains the use of the prep.

λίπαwith oil, frequent in Homer. It is generally explained as instrumental case, but K. W Kruger calls it internal accus.

μετὰ τοῦ—in company with, i.e. ‘when they ...,’ as 3.59. 3 βίου κίνδυνος ἐλλὺς μετ᾽ αὐτοῦ (sc. τοῦ τελευτᾶν λόγου).

7. ἠλείψαντοreflexive mid. like λούομαι, ὁπλίζομαι, and other words of the toilet.

8. διαζώματαIl. 23, 683 ζῶμα δέ οἱ πρῶτον παρακάββαλεν.

10. πέπαυται—sc. τὸ διαζωματα ἔχοντας ἀγωνιζεσθαι.

The order is ἔτι δὲ καὶ νῦν ἐν τοῖς β ἔστιν οἷς (= ἐνίοις), καὶ μάλισταἐντοῖς Ἀσιανοῖς. In the nom. plur, always εἰσὶν οἴ, αἵ; in oblique cases always ἔστιυ ὧν etc. in Thuc, unless words intervene, as in vii. 25 ἦσαν τῶν σταυρῶν οὕς.

12. ἆθλα τίθεται καί = ἄθλων τιθεμένων.

13. πολλὰ ... ὁμοιότροπα—internal accus. to διαιτώμενον.

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