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ἐὰν καὶ Πυθία κτλ. See on IV 427 B, C.

ξυναναιρῇ. See cr. n. The error in Α, Π, and several MSS besides, is a pretty example of lipography: contrast προσαναιρῇ in V 461 E, where the temptation is absent and the MSS right. Burnet says that A^{2} has ξυναναιρῇ, I know not on what authority: I found no trace in the MS of anything except ξυναιρῇ.

εὐδαίμοσι. If not δαίμοσιν, then εὐ-δαίμοσιν.

ὥσπερ ἀνδριαντοποιός. Jowett seems to find an allusion to the fact that Socrates had been a sculptor; but the same words might have been used if he had not: cf. (with J. and C.) II 361 D.

ὡς διήλθομεν. V 451 C ff.

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