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95. 24. καὶ ὅσοι κτλ.—see c. 89. 2; those who had revolted from Persia after Mycale.

27. γίγνεσθαι—the pres., if correct, implies that the change could not be made in a minute.

κατὰ τὸ ξυγγενές—they were not all Ionians, but the greater number of them were.

[3] 9. ἐφαίνετο—it is not necessary to supply a subject such as ἀρχή: the lit. rendering is ‘an imitation of despotism was apparent (was to be seen)’; so in 2. 65. 9 ἐγίγνετο λόγῳ μὲν δημοκρατία, ἔργῳ δὲ ... ἀρχή, nominally a democracy was being formed.

[4] 10. καλεῖσθαι—before the court at Sparta.

14. τῶν μὲν ἰδίᾳ ... ηὐθύνθηwas punished for the injuries he had privately inflicted on any person. τινα is prob. masc., the sing. being used for the plur. as elsewhere, e.g. c. 40. 5; πρός τινα, in certain respects. seems flat, and τινα as neut. plur. is avoided where it is ambignous.

[5] 15. τὰ δὲ μέγιστα—those against the state. internal accus. to ἀδικεῖν.

17. ἐδόκει—sc. τοῦτο.

[7] 23. οἱ ἐξιόντες—cp. c. 77. 6; the pres. of the succession of commanders.


27. ἐπιτηδείους =φίλους.

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