Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lacedaemon” in book 1 of Plato, Laws:
...since both we and your legislators are earnestly interested in these matters. Pray follow the argument closely. Let us take the opinion of Tyrtaeus (an Athenian by birth and afterwards a citizen of Lacedaemon ), above all men, was keenly interested in our subject. This is what he says: Though a man were the richest of men, though a man possessed goods in plenty (and he specifies nearly every good th...
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