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98. 1. Ἠιόνα—this place became later the port of Amphipolis. Miltiades is the victor of Marathon.

6. ᾠ̔́κισαν αὐτοί—Scyros was parcelled out among Athenian settlers, or ‘cleruchs’; “sessores veteres eiecit (Cimon), agros civibus divisit”, says Nepos. (Cimon 2.5

7. ἄνευ τῶν . Εὐβοέων—Carystus sided with Persia, but the rest of Enboea was in the league.

[3] 8. ξυνέβησαν—the Carystians.

[4] 12. τὸ καθεστηκός—not ‘recognised principles of right,’ but the existing arrangement’ which was that the allies retained their autonomy. δουλεία as in c. 8. 3.

13. ξυνέβη—sc. δουλωθῆναι, ἐδουλώθησαν. The Schol. supplies ἐδουλώθη, and acting on this hint Kruger iemoves ξυνέβη, so that ὡς ἑκάστη (nom.)=‘severally.’ This gives a simpler constn., out the text may be sound; and, as Classen says, ξυνέβη points to the ‘varying circumstances under which the loss of αυ:τονομία occurred.

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    • Thucydides, Histories, 1.8.3
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