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[6] 9. γ᾽ ἂν οὖν—c. 76. 4.

10. ἄρξαιτε—ingressive, ‘gain an empire.’

11. εὔνοιανgood-will, which at present they enjoyed as professed ‘liberators’ (2.9. 4).

ἡμέτερον—c. 33. 3

12. οἷα ... ὁμοῖαmeasures like those of which you gave some examples. δι᾽ ὀλίγου, for a short time. For the conduct of the Spartans as leaders, esp. for the hatred excited by Pausanias, see cc. 94 f.

14. γνώσεσθεare going to adopt.

15. ἄμεικτα ... τοῖς ἄλλοις—i.e. τοῖς τῶν ἄλλων ν. For νόμιμα see c. 71. 5.

17 ἐξιώνwhen he goes abroad Xen. Lac. Pol. also speaks of the change for the worse in the Spartan when he left home to assume a command.

οἷς with νομίζει = χρῆται, an Ionic use.

19. οὐ βραχέωνno trifling matters.

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