crates. This man being along with him, after the time that Melitus had accused him, and observing that he rather chose to discourse on any other subject than the business of the trial, asked, a Whether it was not necessary to be preparing for hisanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Minor Works of X.; Viz. Memoirs of Socrates; the Banquet; Hiero on the Condition of Royalty; and Economics, Or the Science of Good Husbandry. Translated from the Greek, by Several Hands|