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[8] Three years later in the archonship of Hypsechides they allowed all the persons ostracized to return, because of the expedition of Xerxes; and they fixed a boundary thenceforward for persons ostracized, prohibiting them from living1 within a line drawn from Geraestus2 to Scyllaeum3 under penalty of absolute loss of citizenship.

1 The MS. gives 'enacting that they must live.'

2 The S. point of Euboea.

3 The S.E. point of Argolis.

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