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Δελφίνιον. Captured by the Lacedaemonians in Xen. Hell. i. 5, 15 (B.C. 407). The modern Delfino marks the site at about seven miles north of the city of Chios.

ἄλλως τε . . . καὶ . . . καὶ

ἄλλως=‘in any case.’ τε . . . καὶ give the resources of position, ‘a place both strong in any case on the land side, and also possessed of harbours.’ The second καὶ adds the further advantage of nearness. For ἄλλως cf. Aesch. Cho. 680, ἐπείπερ ἄλλως, ξέν᾽, εἰς Ἄργος κίεις.

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