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Κρίτων ... Φαιδώνδας: for Crito, see ii. 9. 1 ff.; for Chaerephon, Ar. Clouds 104; Plato Apol. 20E, 21, and ii. 3, q.v. also for Chaerecrates. Cebes and Simmias left their native Thebes to become companions of Socrates. Cf. iii.11.17 and Plato Phaedo 59 C. Phaedondas also was a Theban. For Hermogenes, see on ii.10.3; iv. 8. 4.

δημηγορικοὶ δικανικοί: public or forensic orators.

οὐδείς, οὔτε, οὔτε: for the strengthened negation expressed by a series of compound negs. following a neg., see G. 1619; H. 1030.— αἰτίαν ἔσχεν: incurred reproach. See on αἰτίαν ἔχει 27.

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