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πάρα^λος , ον, (ἅλς) or near the sea, “ἄντραS.Aj.413(lyr.) ; “χέρσοιE.Ion 1584 ; δ᾽ ὠπτημένη σίζουσα πάραλος, of a cuttle-fish, with a pun on Πάραλος (infr. 111), Ar.Ach.1158.
2. generally, concerned with the sea, naval, “ π. στρατόςHdt.7.161.
II. πάραλος γῆ the coast-land of Attica (cf. “παράλιος11.2), Th.2.55 : hence οἱ Π. the people of the coast-land, Hdt. 1.59 ; αὐτόν τε Πάραλον ἐστολις μένον δορί, i.e. τοὺς Π., E.Supp.659.
III. Πάραλος ναῦς, Th.8.74, or Π. alone, D.21.173, or Π. alone, Ar.Av.1204, the Paralos, one of the Athenian sacred galleys, cf. Arist.Ath.61.7, IG22.1623.225, and v. Σαλαμινία.
2. οἱ Π. the crew of the Paralos, which contained none but free citizens, Th.8.73,74, Aeschin.3.162, Poll.8.116 (cf. παραλίτης) : generally, seamen, Ar.Ra.1071, cf.Sch.adloc.
IV. π., name of a plant which grew near the sea, “π. ἀμμότροφοςAP4.1.20 (Mel.).
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