[63b] you yourself agree, good rulers.”“You have a right to say that,” he replied; “for I think you mean that I must defend myself against this accusation, as if we were in a law court.”“Precisely,” said Simmias.“Well, then,” said he, “I will try to make a more convincing defence than I did before the judges. For if I did not believe,” said he, “that I was going to other wise and good gods, and, moreover, to men who have died, better men than those here, I should be wrong in not grieving at death. But as it is, you may rest assured
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