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στρα^τός , , Aeol. στρότος Sapph.Supp.5.1:—, host.ἀνὰ στρατόνIl.1.53,384, al.; κατὰ ς. ib.318, al.; “ἐπὶ δεξιόφιν παντὸς στρατοῦ13.308, cf. 326; “κατὰ ς. εὐρὺν Ἀχαιῶν1.229, al.; “ἐνὶ στρατῷ14.371; “πόλιν ἀμφὶ δύω στρατοὶ ἥατο λαῶν18.509; Ep. gen. “στρατόφι10.347; ς. ἀνδρῶν a military force, Hdt.1.53; without ., SIG1 (Abu Simbel, vi B.C.); of a naval force, “ς. ναυβάταςA.Ag.987 (lyr.); “χιλιόναυςE.Or.352 (anap.); “νηΐτηςTh.4.85; “ναυτικόςId.7.71, A.Ag.634; ς. ἰππήων, πέσδων, νάων, Sapph. l.c.; in Prose it is to be supplied with πεζός, ναυτικός, Hdt.8.130, etc., cf. 7.124 and “πεζὸς στρατόςA.Pers. 728 (troch.).
2. the commons, people,= λαός, δῆμος, opp. οἱ σοφοί, Pi.P.2.87, cf. O.9.95, A.Eu.683,762, S.El.749.
3. band or body of men, as of the Amphictyons, Pi.P.10.8; of the Centaurs, ib.2.46; of the Amazons and Arimaspi, A.Pr.723,804: metaph., “ἐριβρόμου νεφέλας ς. ἀμείλιχοςPi.P.6.12.
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