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στρα^τεία , Ion. -ηΐη, , στρατεύω)
A.expedition, campaign, στρατηΐην ποιεῖσθαι ἐς . ., ἐπὶ . . , Hdt.1.71, 171, etc.; “πολλὰς ς. ἐποιήσαντοTh.2.11; “ς. ἐστράτευσ᾽ ὀλεθρίανE.Supp.116; “ς. ἡμῖν εἰς Ποτείδαιαν ἐγένετοPl.Smp.219e, cf. IG12(2).645.15 (Nesus), etc.; ἀπὸ στρατείας coming from war, after service done, A.Ag.603, Eu.631; κατὰ τὴν Σιτάλκου ς. about the time of his expedition, Th.2.101; “εἰς δὲ ς. πάντας Ἀργείους ἄγωνE.Supp.229; ἐπὶ στρατείας εἶναι to be on foreign service, Pl.Smp.220c (codd., στρατιᾶς Cobet, Burnet); so “ἐν στρατείᾳ ὄνταςX.Cyr.5.2.19; ἐν τῇ ς. PEnteux.48.3 (iii B.C.); “παραγγέλλειν τινὶ ς. κατὰ γῆνX.HG7.1.13; “ἐκδήμους ς. οὐκ ἐξῇσανTh.1.15; στρατείαν ξυνεξελθεῖν ib.3; “ς. δ᾽ οὐ φέρει περιουσίανMen.382, cf. OGI5.44 (Scepsis, iv B.C.); “τῆς ς. γιγνομένης ἐκ καταλόγουArist.Ath.26.1; freq. in pl., military service, warfare, Pl.R. 404a; πρὸς ταῖς αὑτοῦ ς. in addition to the campaigns which he is bound to serve, Id.Lg.878d; “ἐν ταῖς ς. μισθοφορεῖνArist.Ath.27.2; “ἀπὸ ς. ἱππικῶνIGRom.3.58 (Bithynia); “στρατείας στρατεύεσθαιIG22.505.54; ἀφειμένος στρατείας, = Lat. exauctoratus, Plu.2.274a.
2. ς. ἐν τοῖς ἐπωνύμοις levy of those liable to serve in the year of such and such archons, Harp. s.v., cf. Arist.Ath.53.7.
3. ς. ἐν τοῖς μέρεσιν expedition for special service, to train the young soldiers next after serving as περίπολοι, Aeschin.2.168, cf. Suid. s.v. τερθρεία.
4. military discipline, ἀκριβὴς ς. D.C.78.36.
5. military appointment, “ἐπώλησε στρατείαςId.72.12.—στρατιά is a constant v.l., and is sts. undoubtedly used= στρατεία (campaign), v. στρατιά 11 and cf. Sch.Ar.Th.835 (= Eup.369); but στρατεία= army, expeditionary force is very rare, E.IA495 (restd. in Rh.263 (lyr.)): in Inscrr. στρατεία never = army, but both -εία (IG22.1132.14, SIG398.2 (Cos, iii B.C.), al.) and -ιά (q.v.) = campaign.
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