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1 Perhaps “overtaken.” Cf. Goodwin on Dem.De cor. 107.
2 It is possible but unnecessary to conjecture that Plato may be thinking of Anaxagoras or Xenophon or himself or Dion.
3 Cf. Theaet. 173 B, 540 D.
4 This bridle has become proverbial. Cf. Plut.De san. tuenda 126 B, Aelian, Var. Hist. iv. 15. For Theages cf. also Apol. 33 E and the spurious dialogue bearing is name.
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