The first book of Thucydides, with Engl. notes, and grammatical references. Ed. by T.K. Arnold

 
9781130059229: The first book of Thucydides, with Engl. notes, and grammatical references. Ed. by T.K. Arnold

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1851 Excerpt: ...refers to theThasians. 0. vavjxaxta. CKpaTrjo-av. Plutarch (Cimon, ch. 14) says that thirty-three of the Thasian ships were taken. O. hii Si ZTpvpova, "cet. Cf. iv. 102. Plut. Cim. c. 8. Nep. Cim. c. 2. Diod. xi. 70." P. ire'u.i;avTes--us oUioOvTes--ain-oi cKpaT-qcrai'--irpoe8ovres. H. thinks that avroi cannot refer to TripipavriQ ('AOnvaloi), but to the ten thousand colonists which had been sent out. He therefore thinks that irtiiavTi»v is demanded by the construction. But Matthise (§ 562, n.) has shown that the participle is put in the nominative, when its subject is contained in part in the principal subject, or this latter in the other. Here avroi is the principal subject, and constitutes a part of the whole contained in the subject of Trfu.il/avTec,, i. e. ol 'ABnvaiot). See n. on i. 49. Cf. also Xen. Anab. i. 8, § 27. 0. wiro Tovis Clvitous p6vovs, about the same time. 0. j a»s Oikiovvtcs, tn order to colonize, otfctki, Attic future from Oikioi. EvWa 68ovs, Nine-ways, so called, probably, because there were nine roads leading to it. 'HSuvoC. The Edoni were a people of Thr3ce, occupying the (P. left bank of the Strymon. 0. irpoeASo'vres (so the settlers) 44).--luroyciav. Mitford conjectures that this was done, in order, by one bold and vigorous movement, to put an end to the hostilities with which they had long been harassed by the Edoni; but advancing incautiously into the heart of the country, and drawn perhaps into ambush by the art of the retreating enemy, they were attacked to disadvantage and cut off. 0. iv Apa3rjo-KC "With the names of places iv is used when proximity only is implied." Mt. § 577, 2. 0.--Leake identifies Drabescus with the modern Drama. P. Chapter 101. 101 p-dxais. Only one battle has ...

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