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[2b] for I don't accuse you of having brought one against anyone else.

Socrates
Certainly not.

Euthyphro
But someone else against you?

Socrates
Quite so.

Euthyphro
Who is he?

Socrates
I don't know the man very well myself, Euthyphro, for he seems to be a young and unknown person. His name, however, is Meletus, I believe. And he is of the deme of Pitthus, if you remember any Pitthian Meletus, with long hair and only a little beard, but with a hooked nose.

Euthyphro
I don't remember him, Socrates. But


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