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and Aristophanic comedy within it. Footnotes and more detailed endnotes
further distinguish this edition of a play famous for its caricature of
Socrates and of the "new learning."
(Book Jacket Status: Jacketed)
During the voyage of the sacred ship to and from Delos, which has occupied thirty days, the execution of Socrates has been deferred. (Compare Xen. Mem.) The time has been passed by him in conversation with a select company of disciples. But now the holy season is over, and the disciples meet earlier than usual in order that they may converse with Socrates for the last time.