4. ναυσί—Salamis (480). πεζῷ—Plataea (479).
7. διεφθάρησαν — by Leotychides, the Spartan king, and Xanthippus, father of Pericles.
11. οἱ ... ξύμμαχοι—probably there was no formal treaty, but ξύμμαχοι is used because they were fighting side by side with the Athenians. (There is no need to remove ξύμμαχοι with Wilamowitz.)
14. ἐπιχειμάσαντες—the winter of 479-478 B C. The history of Herodotus ends with the fall of Sestos.
Commentary on Thucydides Book 1. E. C. Marchant. 1905. London. MacMillan and Company, Ltd.
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