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The Attic ships in the Sicilian waters make a landing in the territory of the Italian Locri.

οἱ περὶ Σικελίαν Ἀθηναῖοι: cf. c. 90.—3.

τοὺς προσβοηθήσαντας: one of the few cases where κρατεῖν takes the acc. without μάχῃ. See on c. 91. 16.—4.

περιπόλιον: i.e. a fort for the protection of the plain, called φρούριον c. 115. 21. Cf. vi. 45. 6; vii. 48. 32.—

τῷ Ἅληκι ποταμῷ: cf. Strabo, p. 260 c διορίζων τὴν Ῥηγίνην ἀπὸ τῆς Λοκρίδος.

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