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Φυλακὴν—predicate, καὶ joining the two phrases which express the objects of the expedition. For περὶ of vague reference, cf. c. 7, 3.

Κλεόπομπος—was strategus again in 430; c. 58 (? 431/430 or 430/429. See note l.c.)

Θρόνιον—some way inland; the capital of the Epi- cnemidian Locrians, on whom see c. 9, 4.

τε—introduces the third fact.

αὐτῶν—the inhabitants of Thronium, the people being named instead of the plaee, as often.

Ἀλόπῃ —its ruins, like those of Thronium, are on the road from the modern Atalante to Thermopylae.

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