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[625] οἳ δέ: sc. “ἦδαν”. — The poet places Dulichium and the other Echinades (which lie off the mouth of the Acheloüs) far to the south of their real position, off the coast of Elis. In “Δουλιχίῳ τε Σάμῃ τε καὶ ὑλήεντι Ζακύνθῳ α” 246, Dulichium seems to be included in the Cephallenian kingdom of Odysseus.

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