[621d] as the victors in the games1 go about to gather in theirs. And thus both here and in that journey of a thousand years, whereof I have told you, we shall fare well.2

1 Cf. Vol. I. p. 480, note c, on 465 D.

2 For the thought Cf. Gorg. 527 Cεὐδαιμονήσεις καὶ ζῶν καὶ τελευτήσας. Cf. Vol. I. p. 104, note b, on 353 E. The quiet solemnity of εὖ πράττωμεν illustrates the same characteristic of style that makes Plato begin his Laws with the word θεός, and Dante close each of the three sections of the Divine Comedy with “stelle.”

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