Objects & Places from The Last Days of Socrates

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Athens

This is a city-state in Greece whose patron goddess was Athena.

Greece

This area was culturally united at the time the book was written, but had no cohesive government structure that united it as a nation.

Sparta

The people of this city were famed for their devoted love of the military lifestyle, and the entire culture of the city-state supported their soldiers.

King's Porch

This is the location of the opening scene in the Euthyphro dialog.

Lyceum

This is a location where Socrates was known for spending a lot of his free time.

The Robe

This is an item which was used every four years to honor the goddess Athena Polias.

Acropolis

This was the fortified area of Athens, designed to protect the people of Athens from outside threats.

Delphi

This city had an oracle in it who answered...

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