Socrates served with credit at the battle of Delium, 424 B.C.
Later, at the battle of Delium, Alcibiades protected and saved Socrates.
Then at Delium, again, when the day went against us, and the army was in full retreat.
Next is Delium,334 a place sacred to Apollo, in imitation of that at Delos.
Delium was on the coast of Attica, near the place where the Persians had landed, at the time of their advance on Marathon.
The battle of Delium (between the Bœotians and the Athenians) was fought in 424.
Yet he must have been an old man, not far from seventy I suppose, for he was more than forty at Delium.
At the battle of Delium it is said that Socrates was the only man who kept his head in the rout of the Athenians.
At the time of the battle of Delium, in the Peloponnesian war, they were eleven in number, two of them being Thebans.
And after all the two generals, and Socrates, the hero of Delium, are still in ignorance of the nature of courage.