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1 Plato's imaginary illustration is one of his many anticipations of later history, and suggests to an American many analogies.
2 Cf. Critias, fr. 37 Diels ii.3 p. 324, on Sparta's fear of her slaves.
3 For ἐν παντί cf. 579 B, Symp. 194 Aἐν παντὶ εἴης, Euthyd. 301 Aἐν παντὶ ἐγενόμην ὑπὸ ἀπορίας, Xen.Hell. v. 4. 29, Thucyd. vii. 55, Isoc. xiii. 20ἐν πᾶσιν . . κακοῖς. Cf.παντοῖος εἶναι（γίννεσθαι) Herod. ix. 109, vii. 10. 3, iii. 124, Lucian, Pro lapsu 1.
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