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For Trachis cf. vii. 176. 2 n., and for Anticyra vii. 198. 2 n. κατῆρες, ‘fitted with oars’ (Plut. ἐνήρης), otherwise poetical. παλήσειε, from πάλη, ‘wrestle,’ is here an euphemism for ‘if they were hard pressed’ (so πονοῦν, Thuc. v. 73). Ἀβρώνιχος: he two years later went with Aristides and Themistocles to Sparta to negotiate the rebuilding of the walls of Athens (Thuc. i. 91).
οὐκέτ᾽ ἐς ἀναβολάς (cf. Thuc. vii. 15; Eur. Hel. 1297; Heracleid 270): adverbial like οὐκ ἐς μακρήν (ii. 121. α 3).
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