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  Socrates   of Athens - Greek philosopher, late 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
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[Longin]:Subl_4   in the school of Socrates, yet sometimes forget themselves
Aelian:Fr_3   DF} & & STOBAEUS & When Socrates was about to drink the
Aelian:Fr_4   & STOBAEUS & The noble Socrates blamed those fathers,
Aelian:NA_5.34   provision for its departure. Socrates also testifies [Pl
Aelian:NA_6.43   Ischomachus,* no Socrates, with their interest in the
AntipThes_7.629   ? He who looks at you, Socrates, must blame the unwisdom
Apollod:Fr_34   ontini. [34] & DiogLaert_2'44 (Socrates) & Socrates. [35]
Apul:Flor_2   the opinion of my master Socrates. For once when he saw
Apul:Flor_9   He was a contemporary of Socrates, and a native of Elis.
Apul:Flor_20   verse, Plato dialogues, Socrates hymns, Epicharmus music,
Apul:Flor_24   and was a disciple of Socrates - a fact which he
Athen_5.215-218 *   faultless general out of Socrates." For Platon says [ Apol
Athen_6.270   speak dithyrambic poems, as Socrates says, but even epi
Athen_11.504   { 2.24 } : 'And Socrates on his part replied :
Athen_11.505   fact, to make Plato's Socrates converse with Parmenides is
Athen_11.507   all the disciples of Socrates. Hence Socrates, on the
Athen_12.534   Antisthenes, the pupil of Socrates, who often had seen
Athen_12.544   emorabilia [ 2.1 ], that Socrates often reproved him, and
Athen_13.555   those who attributed to Socrates two wives, Xanthippe and
Athen_13.556   though they very often mention Socrates. And Hieronymus
Athen_13.566   ase of Aegina. And Socrates the philosopher, who despised
Athen_13.569   sia, the friend of Socrates, imported great numbers of bea
Athen_13.588   this sort was made by Socrates also, respecting Theodot
Athen_13.589   associated with the wise Socrates; and that, too, though
Athen_13.599   pris, in her wrath, heat Socrates, whom Apollo had declare
Athen_13.611   Aeschines, the pupil of Socrates, would have been such
Athen_13.612   with the philosophy of Socrates, a man who utterly rejec
Athen_14.628   arms; on which account Socrates in his Poems says that
Athen_14.643   own, not treating you as Socrates was treated in the matte
Athen_15.686   in his Symposium represents Socrates as speaking thus:- "
Athen_15.702   the sportive conversations of Socrates in his youth and
Cic:Acad_1.3   that took its rise from Socrates, I do put the question
Cic:Acad_1.15   it is universally agreed, that Socrates was the first person who
Cic:Acad_1.17   Thus was produced something that Socrates had been in the habit
Cic:Acad_1.45   that residuum of knowledge that Socrates had left himself - the
Cic:Acad_2.14   and even Plato and Socrates. But neither had Saturninus
Cic:Acad_2.15   must remove both Plato and Socrates - the former because he
Cic:Acad_2.74   Also you said ** that Socrates and Plato must not be
Cic:Acad_2.123   sort therefore does not touch Socrates and does not touch Ariston
Cic:Acad_2.129   by Euclides, the pupil of Socrates, a Megarian (from whom the
Cic:Acad_2.131   had been a pupil of Socrates, and from whom they get
Cic:Acad_2.136   of the Stoics belong to Socrates ), but where did Xenocrates
Cic:Brut_31   opposed by the famous Socrates, who, by an adroit metho
Cic:Brut_292   continued irony, which Socrates employs to so much advan
Cic:Brut_299   be what Africanus and Socrates have been before you."
Cic:DeOr_1.28   should not we, Crassus, imitate Socrates in the Phaedrus of Plato
Cic:DeOr_1.42   you besides, even down from Socrates their origin and head, and
Cic:DeOr_1.63   that of oratory. [63] What Socrates used to say, that all
Cic:DeOr_1.204   they say that the illustrious Socrates used to observe that his
Cic:DeOr_1.231   dignity, imitated the illustrious Socrates of old, who, as
Cic:DeOr_2.58   Xenophon, the follower of Socrates, and afterwards Callisthenes, the
Cic:DeOr_2.270   myself, I conceive that Socrates, for irony and dissimulation,
Cic:DeOr_3.15   of which the character of Socrates is represented, who does not,
Cic:DeOr_3.60   head of which party was Socrates. He, who, by the testimony
Cic:DeOr_3.62   in the discourses of Socrates, sprang first the Cynics,
Cic:DeOr_3.67   Plato and the discourses of Socrates, that 'there is nothing certain
Cic:DeOr_3.72   until the time of Socrates, combined all knowledge and
Cic:DeOr_3.122   with ridicule and sarcasm, as Socrates in the 'Gorgias', or write
Cic:DeOr_3.129   never defeated in argument by Socrates, (and then the dialogue of
Cic:DeOr_3.139   not improved by conversation with Socrates ? Who instructed Dion of
Cic:Rep_1.15   his hands. I always consider Socrates to have shown greater wisdom
Cic:Rep_2.3   should follow the example of Socrates in Plato's work ** and
Cic:Rep_2.22   than, following the example of Socrates in Plato's work, to invent
Cic:Rep_2.51   in the commonwealth described by Socrates, as Plato tells us in
Cic:Rep_3.5   learning which originated with Socrates to the traditional customs
Cic:Tusc_1.8   against another's opinion; for Socrates thought that thus the
Cic:Tusc_1.71   and similar reasons that Socrates neither looked out for
Cic:Tusc_1.74   as formerly he did to Socrates, and lately to Cato, and
Cic:Tusc_1.53-57 *   Plato's, which is explained by Socrates in the Phaedrus and inserted
Cic:Tusc_1.97-102 *   at the instant of dying? Socrates came, a few years after,
Cic:Tusc_2.8   read Plato, and the other Socratics, with those who sprung from
Cic:Tusc_2.15   was Aristippus, the pupil of Socrates, who hesitated not to say,
Cic:Tusc_2.62   Xenophon, the pupil of Socrates, being particularly pleased with
Cic:Tusc_3.8   our ancestors many ages before Socrates: from whom is derived all
Cic:Tusc_3.10   of the same opinion with Socrates, that all silly people were
Cic:Tusc_3.31   according to Xanthippe, her husband Socrates always had; so that she
Cic:Tusc_3.36   [17.] [36] Should Pythagoras, Socrates, or Plato, say to me,
Cic:Tusc_3.43   sturgeon than a treatise of Socrates ? or advise him to
Cic:Tusc_3.56   as here we instance a Socrates, there a Diogenes, and then
Cic:Tusc_3.77   what shall we say? When Socrates had convinced Alcibiades, as we
Cic:Tusc_4.6   (which was derived from Socrates, and is still preserved
Cic:Tusc_4.24   it were a kind of Socratic medicine to heal this desire,
Cic:Tusc_4.63   was not without reason that Socrates is reported, when Euripides was
Cic:Tusc_4.80   curable, as the disposition of Socrates is said to have been;
Cic:Tusc_5.10   the ancient philosophy down to Socrates, who was a pupil of
Cic:Tusc_5.26   philosopher; but it is for Socrates or Antisthenes to say so,
Cic:Tusc_5.30   very well become Pythagoras, Socrates, and Plato, to persuade
Cic:Tusc_5.34   of good," agreeably to what Socrates says in Plato's Gorgias for
Cic:Tusc_5.47   it from that conclusion of Socrates. For thus that author of
Cic:Tusc_5.91   this same opinion. [91]   Socrates, when on one occasion he
Cic:Tusc_5.97   bread." They relate too of Socrates, that, once when he was
Cic:Tusc_5.108   Socrates, indeed, when he was asked
Cic:Tusc_5.119   may be done by the Socratic and Platonic philosophers. Some of
Demetr:Eloc_152   istophanes says of Socrates that he first melted some wax,
Demetr:Eloc_288   feasting at Aegina when Socrates was lying for many days
DiogLaert_7.26   ever, attribute this saying to Socrates. {23} He was a per
DiogLaert_7.31   many of the books of the Socratic philosophers, to Zenon,
DiogLaert_7.32   quot;By Capers," as Socrates swore "By the Dog.&
DiogLaert_7.53   instance, we form an idea of Socrates from his likeness.
DiogLaert_7.58   iar quality, such as Diogenes, Socrates. A verb is a part
DiogLaert_7.61   her species, as, for instance, Socrates. {43} The division
DiogLaert_7.63   as for instance, "Socrates writes." Accordingl
DiogLaert_7.91   eality of virtue is that Socrates, and Diogenes, and Antis
DiogLaert_7.165   atue either of Alexander or of Socrates. And that besides
DiogLaert_7.178   three on Lycurgus and Socrates; one on Law; one on Divi
DiogLaert_10.12   to Archelaus, the master of Socrates. And, Diocles adds
FGrH_252.B   ears. 10 From when Socrates the philosopher, Heracleitus
Julian:Caes_314   ou? Do you not know that Socrates also, who was so like
Julian:Mis_353   in Comedy - I mean Plato and Socrates, Aristotle and The
Nepos_7.2   ), his teacher was Socrates. His father-in-law was Hipponicus,
Nepos_17.1   Xenophon, the disciple of Socrates, whose intimate friend he
Oros_2.17   years had elapsed before Socrates, the most renowned of
Plin:HN_7.79   and that the famous philosopher Socrates always wore the same look
Plin:HN_7.118   {"Sage"}, and in Greece Socrates, whom Pythian Apollo's oracle
Plin:HN_7.120   in truth than the great Socrates, whom Apollo judged to be
Plin:HN_34.26   of ours rated Pythagoras above Socrates, whom the same deity had
Plinius:Ep_3.12   and brimming over only with Socratic talk. Nay, even
Plut:Mor_832   had a controversy with Socrates the philosopher about
Plut:Mor_835-840 *   flourished at the same time as Socrates the philosopher.
Plut:Mor_843   ue. He being dead, Socrates married Callisto, of whom he
Plut:Mor_845   also, the pupil of Socrates, had some knowledge of Demosth
Plut:Mor_848   haeroneia; as also some of the Socratic philosophers. [He
Plut:Phoc_38   reeks in mind of those against Socrates. The treatment of
PsCallisth_2.5   a good general. Socrates you put to death, Socrates,
ValMax_1.1e.7   were. They also condemned Socrates, because he endeavoured to
ValMax_3.4e.1   foreign examples to the Romans: Socrates, who was not only by
ValMax_3.8e.3     But the mind of Socrates, clad with the strength of
ValMax_5.10e.2   Xenophon, amongst the pupils of Socrates next to Plato in the
ValMax_6.4e.2   along that path of gravity. But Socrates, the most famous pillar
ValMax_6.4e.3   as great in war, as Socrates was in wisdom - uttered
ValMax_7.2e.1   Socrates also used to say, that
ValMax_8.7e.3   Athens as his birthplace, and Socrates as his teacher, both place
ValMax_8.7e.8   Most certain it is that Socrates, when he was advanced in
ValMax_8.8e.1     This was known by Socrates, to whom no part of

  Socrates 2   - the father of Phya, 6th century B.C
Athen_13.609 the daughter of a man named Socrates. And he took for

  Socrates 3   - a Greek mercenary commander, late 5th century B.C.
Polyaen_7.18.1 Thessaly, Agis of Arcadia, and Socrates of Achaea. They

  Socrates 4   - son of Anaco; cousin of Isocrates
Plut:Mor_838 adoptive son Aphareus, Socrates the son of Anaco, Theodo

  Socrates 5   - according to some, the father of the orator Deinarchus
Plut:Mor_850 ARCHUS, the son of Socrates or Sostratus, - born, as some

  Socrates 6   Chrestus - the son of Nicomedes III of Bithynia
Wikipedia entry
  + Chrestus
94/9 medes III sends his concubine Hagne and her son Socrates to Cyzicus.
93/11 Socrates goes to stay with Cornelius on Euboea, after failing to gain
91/15 invades Bithynia, expels Nicomedes IV, and sets up Socrates as king.
90/20 Mithridates orders the murder of Socrates, the brother of Nicomedes.
    Within translations:
GranLic_29 [29] His brother Socrates was not tempted by jealously
GranLic_30 thridates, who even called him Chrestus ("the good"), as
Just_38.5 in war. Was not Chrestus, king of Bithynia, on whom the
Memn_22 dates set up [Socrates] called Chrestus as a rival to Nico

  Socrates 7   - a wrestler, 2nd century A.D.
Euseb]:Chron_217 of Sardis, stadion race Socrates entered both the wrestli

  Socrates 8   of Rhodes - a historian, (?) 1st century B.C.
Athen_4.147 hands. [29.] And Socrates the Rhodian, in the third book

  Socrates 9   of Cnidus - a benefactor of the temple at Delphi, 3rd century B.C.
272/29a a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Socrates and Alexeinides.
270/18a G_418.B-C, decrees of Delphi in honour of Socrates and Alexeinides.

  Socrates   - in documents
Isyll_A Epidaurus, the son of Socrates, dedicated this to Apoll
OGIS_130 (c. 143/2)   sios Dionysios son of Sokrates Eumenes son of Diony
OGIS_773 (c. 286)   gathos; the presidents Sokrates, Aischron, Stesitim
SEG_35.665 (c. 160)   n of Aischron Sokrates son of Sodamos Stratonikos s
SEG_39.1284 (213)   Herakleides son of Sokrates: since [it is fitting]
SEG_44.949 (230-205)   f Trygētēr, when Sokrates was prytanis :
SelPap_1.85 eritance to go to Sarapion and Socrates and Longus. Li
SelPap_2.309 To Socrates and Didymus also ca
SelPap_2.325 guardian, Cyrilla with Socrates son of Theon son of
Syll_522 (c. 222/1)   In the year of Sokrates son of Timonos as theoros
Syll_542 (228/7-212/1)   ptrai thesmothetes: Sokrates of Thorai Kallitele
Syll_619 (after 188)   of Pausanias Sokrates son of Nymphion Antipatros
Syll_660 (c. 161/0)   hi: since Thrason and Sokrates of Aigeira, the son
THI_127 (c. 210)   city (?) theoros : Sokrates son of Mnasikles hierom
THI_98 (250-200)   phyros Praxianax son of Sokrates ,   on behalf

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