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Euthyphro
What strange thing has happened, Socrates, that you have left your accustomed haunts in the Lyceum and are now haunting the portico where the king archon sits? For it cannot be that you have an action before the king, as I have.

Socrates
Our Athenians, Euthyphro, do not call it an action, but an indictment.

Euthyphro
What? Somebody has, it seems, brought an indictment against you;


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