Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Plato” in chapter 1 of The picturesque pocket companion, and visitor's guide, through Mount Auburn:
...ected the monuments of the departed by the road side; on the approach to their cities, or in pleasant groves in their suburbs.
A part of the Grove of Academus, near Athens, famous for the school of Plato , was appropriated to the sepulchres of their men of renown; and it was the saying of Themistocles, that the monuments he beheld there, would not permit him to sleep.
The Appian Way was lined with t...
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