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[59b] and his character.

Echecrates
To be sure I do.

Phaedo
He was quite unrestrained, and I was much agitated myself, as were the others.

Echecrates
Who were these, Phaedo?

Phaedo
Of native Athenians there was this Apollodorus, and Critobulus and his father, and Hermogenes and Epiganes and Aeschines and Antisthenes; and Ctesippus the Paeanian was there too, and Menexenus and some other Athenians. But Plato, I think, was ill.


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