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117. 14. ἀφάρκτῳ—i.e. the Athenians had neglected to protect their naval station with a σταύρωμα.

[2] 21. πάλιν ταῖς ναυσί with κατεκλῄσθησαν.

23. Θουκυδίδου—it is not known who this Thuc. is, probably not the well-known politician, nor the historian. For Phormio see c. 64: after winning great victories he died about 428 B.C. Hagnon led the colony to Amphipolis in 437 B.C., and was again Strategus in 430 and 429 B.C. After the Sicilian disaster when an old man he was one of the ten πρόβουλοι.

27. ἀντίσχξιν—the advantage of this pres. form over the aor. of ἀντέχω (see crit. note) is that continuation of resistance is implied.

[3] 1. καθελόντες—for the aor. see c. 101. 3.

3. κατὰ χρόνους—at fixed intervals.

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