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1. οἱ νησιῶται—the island barbarians were pirates οὐχ ἧσσον οἱ Ἕλληνες.

3. ᾤκησαν—previous to the time of Minos.

Δήλου—in 426 B.C.; 3.104. The ‘proof’ applies only to the Carians, whence it may be inferred that the presence of Phoenicians in the islands was questioned by none.

6. ὑπὲρ ἡμισύ—subject, = πλείους τῶν ἡμίσεων (though of course it might be taken as adverbial).

7. τῇ σκευῇ τῶν ὅπλων—lit. their equipment (consisting) of arms, not ‘the style of their arms.’

9. Here Thuc. resumes from c. 4.

πλωιμώτερα ἐλένετο—the neut. plur. as in 7. 1.

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