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...

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