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Thucydides, The Peloponnesian War 186 0 Browse Search
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Plato, Theages, section 124c (search)
SocratesThen can you tell me whether Aegisthus, who slew Agamemnon in Argos, governed all these people that you mean craftsmen and ordinary people, both men and women, or some other persons?TheagesNo, just those.SocratesWell now, did not Peleus, son of Aeacus, govern these same people in Phthia?TheagesYes.SocratesAnd have you ever heard of Periander, son of Cypselus, and how he governed at Corinth?TheagesI have.SocratesDid he not govern these same people in his city?
Plato, Laches, section 196e (search)
SocratesIndeed it is obvious, Nicias, that you at least do not believe that even the Crommyonian sowThe fierce moster slain by Theseus in the region between Corinth and Megara before he became the hero of Attica. could have been courageous. I say this not in jest, but because I conceive it is necessary for him who states this theory to refuse courage to any wild beast, or else to admit that a beast like a lion or a leopard or even a boar is so wise as to know what only a few men know because it is so hard to perceive. Why, he who subscribes to your account of courage must needs agree that a lion, a stag, a bull, and a monkey have all an equal share of courage in their nature.
Plato, Lysis, section 205c (search)
city sings of, recalling Democrates and the boy's grandfather Lysis and all his ancestors, with their wealth and the horses they kept, and their victories at Delphi, the Isthmus, and Nemea,The Pythian Games were held at Delphi, the Isthmian near Corinth, and the Nemean at Nemea, between Corinth and Argos. with chariot-teams and coursers, and, in addition, even hoarier antiquities than these. Only two days ago he was recounting to us in some poem of his the entertainment of Hercules,—how on accd all his ancestors, with their wealth and the horses they kept, and their victories at Delphi, the Isthmus, and Nemea,The Pythian Games were held at Delphi, the Isthmian near Corinth, and the Nemean at Nemea, between Corinth and Argos. with chariot-teams and coursers, and, in addition, even hoarier antiquities than these. Only two days ago he was recounting to us in some poem of his the entertainment of Hercules,—how on account of his kinship with Hercules their forefather welcomed the he