1. of Place, there, Il.14.216, etc.: also with Verbs of motion, thither, 13.23, 14.340, Od.3.297, 6.47, 12.5; ἔ. καὶ ἔ. hither and thither, 2.213, etc.; “διῃρέθη τὸ ὕδωρ ἔ. καὶ ἔ.” LXX 4 Ki.2.8; also “ἢ ἔ. ἢ ἔ.” Od.10.574: rare in Trag. and Com., A.Supp.33 (anap.); “ἔ. καὶ Πείσανδρος ἦλθε” Ar.Av.1556: in Prose in such phrases as “ἔ. μὲν . . ἔ. δὲ . .” in one place . . in another . ., Pl.Smp. 211a; later “γενόμενοι ἔ.” POxy.896.32 (iv A.D.).
2. of Time, thereupon, then, Il.5.1, etc.; ἔ. δ᾽ ἔπειτα and thereupon, Od.7.196, 10.516; “ἔ. δή” hereupon, and so, Hdt.1.59, X.HG2.4.39.
1. of Place, where, Il.1.610, 9.194, Alc.Supp.25.5, etc.; repeated, Hes. Sc.334, Theoc.8.45; also “ἔνθα τε” Il.2.594, 5.305; in later Prose, Ph. 2.580, Wilcken Chr.41 ii 11 (iii A.D.); ἔνθα περ, v. ἔνθαπερ: c. gen., γαίας ἔ . . . in that spot of earth in which . ., S.Aj.659; ἔ. πημάτων κυρῶ at what point of misery I am, E.Tr.685, cf. A.R.3.771: with Verbs of motion, whither, Od.1.210; “ὁδοιποροῦμεν ἔ. χρῄζομεν” S.El. 1099, cf. Ph.1466 (anap.), Th.4.42,75; to the place where, S.OT796; at the place whence . ., Id.El.436, X.Oec.18.1: rarely in indirect questions, “Αἴγισθον ἔνθ᾽ ᾤκηκεν ἱστορῶ” S.El.1101.