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conferred citizenship on their foreign troops and mercenaries and then faction set in and they came to battle; and the Amphipolitans having received settlers from Chalcis were most of them driven out by them.Cf. 1306a 2. The exact circumstances are unknown; Amphipolis was colonized from Athens 437 B.C. （And in oligarchies civil strife is raised by the many, on the ground that they are treated unjustly because they are not admitted to an equal share although they are equal, as has been said before, but in democracies it begins with the notables, because they have an equal share although they are not equal.）This sentence is out of place here, and would fit in better if placed （as it is by Newman） above at 1301a 39, after stasia/zousi, or （with other editors） 1301b 26. Also states sometimes enter on faction for geographical reasons, when the nature of the country is not suited for there being a sin