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[2] 4. οἱ γὰρ θεμέλιοι—the upper part of the wall was of brick (πλίνθοι), but there was a lower course of stone. Cf. Dem. de Cor..299 οὐ λίθοις ἐτείχισα τὴν πόλιν οὐδὲ πλίνθοις ἐγώ.

5. ξυνειργασμένωνshaped for fitting together.

6. στῆλαι—fragments of some of these belonging to the walls of Themistocles have been found. Hicks, Man. p. 13.

8. πανταχῇ—the extension did not include the SW. side of the city. For μείζων cf. c. 90. 3.

10. κινοῦντες ἠπείγοντοdisturbed in their haste: κινεῖν is specially used of things that should not be interfered with.

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