Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lacedaemon” in book 1 of Plato, Laws:
...ct"> To whom do you ascribe the authorship of your legal arrangements, Strangers? To a god or to some man?To a god, Stranger, most rightfully to a god. We Cretans call Zeus our lawgiver; while in Lacedaemon , where our friend here has his home, I believe they claim Apollo as theirs. Is not that so, Megillus?Yes.Do you then, like Homer, say that Minos used to go every ninth year to hold converse with h...
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