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54. 16. τά τε ναυάγια καὶ νεκρούς—the τε is answered by καὶ τροπαῖον ἀντέστησαν. The Corcyreans were able to recover their dead without asking permission. Hence, technically, they could support a claim to have won a success.

17. κατὰ σφᾶςopposite them, i.e. ‘on their coast.’ The τά before κατά makes τοὺς νεκρούς unlikely.

18. (ὑπὸ) ἀνέμου, ὅςa wind which.

20. τοῖς ἐν τῇ νήσῳ Συβότοις—Sybota must be the name of some place on one of the group of islands collectively called Sybota.

[2] 28. τριάκοντα ναῦς—c. 49. 5: ἀνελόμενοι c. 54. 1: ὅτι ὑπεχώρησαν c. 51. 1: οὐκ ἀντεπέπλεον c. 52. 2. The claims put forward by the Corcyreans are set out in a formal style; notice esp. the repetition of ἐπειδὴ . ἦλθον.

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