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[326] Instead of the surrender to you of Euboea in exchange for Amphipolis, Philip is establishing positions in Euboea as a base of attack upon you, and is constantly plotting against Geraestus and Megara. Instead of recovering Oropus, we are making an armed expedition to secure Drymus1 and the district of Panactus,2 an operation in which we never engaged so long as the Phocians were safe.

1 Drymus, Panactus: frontier-towns on the edge of Boeotia.

2 Drymus, Panactus: frontier-towns on the edge of Boeotia.

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