Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lacedaemon” in book 1 of Plato, Laws:
...unless he designs his legislation for peace rather than his peace legislation for war.This statement, Stranger, is apparently true; yet, unless I am much mistaken, our legal usages in Crete, and in Lacedaemon too, are wholly acted towards war.Very possibly; but we must not now attack them violently, but mildly interrogate them, since both we and your legislators are earnestly interested in these matter...
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