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1 The terms are technical. Cf. Laws 943 D ff., Lipsius, Das attische Recht（1908), ii. pp. 452 ff.
3 ἄγρᾳ: the word is chosen to give a touch of Spartan, or, as we should say, Roman severity. Cf. Sophist 235 C, Aeschylus Eumenides 148, Horace, Odes, iii. 5. 33 ff. Plutarch, De aud. poet. 30, says that in Homer no Greeks are taken prisoners, only Trojans.
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