(τὰ Δίδυμα τείχη
This place is mentioned by Polybius (5.77
). Attalus took Didyma Teiche after Carseae. [CARSEAE
] Various guesses have been made about this place, but nothing is known.
This may be the Didymon Teichos of Stephanus; and it is not decisive against this supposition that Stephanus places it in Caria, for he is often wrong in such matters.