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ἔρρωτο...οὔσης ‘So vigorously was the Council bent on mischief’: Thuc. II. 8, ἔρρωντο ἐς τὸν πόλεμον. At first the Council had accepted the ἀνώνυμος μήνυσις of Theocritus (§ 22): then Agor. had given certain names (§ 30): and, after that, the Council still pressed for more: this fact was elicited by the ἐρώτησις (§ 31, τοίνυν). — ἑκών, since he had not yet been threatened with torture (cp. § 27), ἀνάγκη.

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