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" This was the trial and condemnation to death by the Athenians of their fellow-citizen Socrates, the greatest moral teacher of pagan antiquity. The double charge upon which he was condemned was worded as follows : " Socrates is guilty of crime, — first,... "
Socrates, Master of Life - Strona 52
autor: William Ellery Leonard - 1915 - Liczba stron: 118
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A History of Greece, Tom 8

George Grote - 1850
...office of the second or King-Archon), an indictment against him in the following terms :— " Sokrate's is guilty of crime, first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, but introducing new divinities of his own—next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty due...
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A Manual of Classical Literature: Comprising Biographical and Critical ...

Charles Morris - 1880 - Liczba stron: 418
...ignorant lower classes. In the year 399 BC an indictment was laid against him in the following terms: "Socrates is guilty of crime; first, for not worshiping the Gods whom the city worships, and for introducing new divinities of his own; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty...
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Brief History of Ancient Peoples

Joel Dorman Steele, Esther Baker Steele - 1881 - Liczba stron: 312
...enemies. One morning there appeared in the portico where such notices were usually displayed the following indictment : " Socrates is guilty of crime ; first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, but introducing new divinities of his own ; secondly, for corrupting the youth. The penalty...
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A Brief History of Ancient, Mediaeval, and Modern Peoples: With Some Account ...

Joel Dorman Steele, Esther Baker Steele - 1883 - Liczba stron: 602
...enemies. One morning there appeared in the portico where such notices were usually displayed the following indictment : " Socrates is guilty of crime ; first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, but introducing new divinities of his own ; secondly, for corrupting the youth. The penalty...
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A History of Education

Franklin Verzelius Newton Painter - 1886 - Liczba stron: 343
...became offensive to the Athenians ; at length an indictment was brought against him in these terms : " Socrates is guilty of crime — first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, and for introducing new divinities of his own ; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty...
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Ancient History

Philip Van Ness Myers - 1904 - Liczba stron: 639
...teacher of pagan antiquity. The double charge upon which he was condemned was worded as follows : " Socrates is guilty of crime, — first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, but in introducing new divinities of his own ; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty...
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ANCIENT HISTORY

PHILIP VAN NESS MYERS - 1904
...teacher of pagan antiquity. The double charge upon which he was condemned was worded as follows : " Socrates is guilty of crime, — first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, but in introducing new divinities of his own; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty...
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The Eastern Nations and Greece

Philip Van Ness Myers - 1917 - Liczba stron: 353
...teacher of pagan antiquity. The double charge upon which he was condemned was worded as follows : " Socrates is guilty of crime — first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, but in introducing new divinities of his own ; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty...
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Famous Greek Personalities

...profitable inquiry. In the year 400 BC, an indictment was laid against Socrates, in the following terms; "Socrates is guilty of crime; first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, and for introducing new divinities of his own; next for corrupting the youth. The penalty...
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