8. φρονήματι—pride, ‘high spirit.’
τῇγῇδουλεῦσαι—slaves to their land, so that they will not endure to see it ravaged, but will resist vigorously. Cf. Archidamus to the same effect in 2.11.6-8.
Commentary on Thucydides Book 1. E. C. Marchant. 1905. London. MacMillan and Company, Ltd.
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