Phaedrus Setting & Symbolism

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Megara

Megara was a place that was located at a distance that was convenient for exercise. Herodicus advised to walk there to maintain health.

Ilissus

Ilissus or Ilissos was a river in ancient Greece that was along the defensive site of Athens. It was also the son of Poseidon and Demetra worshiped in the Ardittos Hill.

Mars Hill

Mars Hill is a place from which Boreas might have snatched Pharmacia.

Attica

Socrates would go around the whole of Attica to listen to the discourse. Attica was between the Cyclades Islands and the Aegean Sea.

Mhyrrinus

The place where Phaedrus was born.

Himera

Himera was a city in the north of Sicily where Stesichorus was born.

Dodona

Women of Dodona have accomplished many things in their madness while others accomplished nothing in their sane state.

Hellas

There have been many creations made by mad women in Hellas.

Temple of Olympian Zeus

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