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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?