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  Plato   - Greek philosopher, 428-347 B.C.
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302/21 Mithridates erects a statue of Plato at Athens.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_5.13 of ballast. What the divine Plato says [Phaedr. 230 c,
Aelian:NA_6.1 Iccus of Tarentum, whom Plato the son of Ariston celebrat
AnthPal_16.31 bosom this, the body of Plato, but his soul is equal in
AnthPal_7.60 SIMIAS & { H 6 } & On Plato Here lies the divine Aristo
AnthPal_7.61 hides here the body of Plato, but his soul has its immor
AnthPal_7.669 been the name of a youth whom Plato admired. [670] PLATO
Apollod:Fr_37 xagoras. [37] & DiogLaert_3'2 (Plato) & Plato. [38] & Diog
Apollod:Fr_38 een recommended to Plato as a pupil, he spent twenty years
Asclepiad_7.217 tributed by Athenaeus to Plato.} I hold Archeanassa the
Athen_2.38 from injury. But Plato, in his second book of the Laws
Athen_4.174 nt; but it is said, that Plato showed a sort of notion
Athen_* 05.215-217 * out of Socrates." For Plato says [ Apol_28'e ] that
Athen_6.233 h." [23.] But the divine Plato, and Lycurgus the Lacedamo
Athen_6.247 their keep. [247] Plato says, in the fourth book of his
Athen_6.254 some other. And Plato says, in his Phaedrus [ 240'b
Athen_6.264 the elder." [87.] And Plato, in the sixth book of the
Athen_7.279 was a pupil and a relation of Plato's. At all events, Dio
Athen_8.354 when the school of Plato was opened, he says, he changed
Athen_10.419 non, being once taken by Plato from a very sumptuous and
Athen_10.440 most divine of writers, Plato, lays down admirable laws
Athen_11.508 was himself a pupil of Plato, having been a companion
Athen_11.509 who was not only a pupil of Plato, but of Xenocrates
Athen_12.527 Spartan cups. But Plato, in his Letters [ 7.326'b ], says
Athen_12.546 also, the relation of Plato, and his successor in his
Athen_12.547 very harmful. For Plato and Speusippus had not establishe
Athen_12.552 phon, in his play called Plato, says- & (A) & I will withi
Athen_13.589 not our admirable Plato love Archaeanassa, a courtesan
Athen_14.640 minced donkey. And Plato, in his Description of Atlantis
Athen_14.653 to every one. But Plato, in the eighth book of his Laws
Athen_15.694 even the incomparable Plato had spoken of this scolium
Callim:Epigr_25 ide of Cleombrotus, a pupil of Plato. Farewell, O Sun, sai
Cic:Brut_24 private lawn, near a statue of Plato. [25] & Then resumin
Cic:Brut_120 richer style than Plato? [121] & The philosophers tell
Cic:Brut_121 attended the lectures of Plato, and was fond of reading
Cic:Brut_191 all his hearers except Plato, in the midst of his perfor
Cic:Brut_292 advantage in the dialogues of Plato, Xenophon, and Aeschi
Cic:Fam_15.18 other things, to prevent Plato's emphatic reproach from
Demetr:Eloc_37 well as in the prose of Plato, Xenophon, Herodotus and
Demetr:Eloc_51 found in a passage of Plato: `when a man suffers music
Demetr:Eloc_56 xpression, [56] & as in Plato `lo mighty Zeus in his heav
Demetr:Eloc_80 greater danger. Plato's employment of metaphors rather
Demetr:Eloc_* 181-185 * patetics as well as with Plato, Xenophon and Herodotus;
Demetr:Eloc_265 (Scr. Inc.). & Plato uses the figure in his Funeral
Demetr:Eloc_288 in the `Phaedo,' where Plato desires to reproach Aristip
Demetr:Eloc_290 ading comes the reply of Plato to Dionysius who had broken
DiogLaert_7.36 seven treatises on the Laws of Plato. [37] The next was
DiogLaert_7.77 for instance, "If Plato is alive, Plato breathes;
DiogLaert_7.80 as, for instance, "Plato is not dead and alive at
DiogLaert_7.131 ogenes the Cynic, and by Plato; and then, say they, we sha
DiogLaert_10.8 he used to call Plato's followers Flatterers of Dionysi
DiogLaert_10.14 seven years after the death of Plato. [15] And when he was
DiogLaert_10.25 athematics; a treatise against Plato; another against Aris
DionHal:Din_8 oo, who say they imitate Plato, in their inability to catc
Euseb]:Chron_3 the Egyptian in Plato's book [ Timaeus, 22'B ] rightly
Euseb]:Chron_181 at the same time. Plato mentions this in the Timaeus, as
FGrH_255.3 rst year the philosopher Plato died and Speusippus succee
Julian:Caes_306 ather the universally admired, Plato. He also often convey
Julian:Mis_353 culed in Comedy - I mean Plato and Socrates, Aristotle and
Julian:Mis_354 ty. And another of Plato's laws has made me take thought
Julian:Mis_359 hrough the discourses of Plato and Aristotle, which are
Just_16.5 were disciples of Plato the philosopher, and being desiro
Lucian:Macr_20 ocrates, the disciple of Plato, eighty-four; Carneades,
Lucian:Macr_21 ic, more than eighty-two: [21] Plato the divine, eighty-on
Meleager_4.1 and the golden bough of Plato, ever divine, all shining
Memn_1 was one of the pupils of Plato, and for four years he had
Philoch_223 23 years after the death of Plato, partly in . . . educ
Plinius:Ep_1.10 and loftiness that we find in Plato. His conversation flo
Plut:Demetr_1 fied that observation of Plato, " That great parts produce
Plut:Demetr_32 how true the maxim of Plato is, that the man who would
Plut:Mor_176 asked him what he got by Plato and philosophy, he answere
Plut:Mor_836 hyllus's daughter. Plato in his Phaedrus makes mention
Plut:Mor_840 up under Socrates and Plato; but Caecilius will have
Plut:Mor_841 instruction in philosophy from Plato the philosopher. But
Plut:Mor_844 ted Thucydides and Plato, and some affirm that he more
Plut:Mor_845 following year, in which Plato died, Philippus overthrew
Plut:Mor_848 een a pupil of the philosopher Plato and of the orator
Plut:Phoc_3 lived in the republic of Plato, not in the dregs of Romulu
Plut:Phoc_4 he was in tuition with Plato, and afterwards with Xenocr
PsCallisth_2.4 ysias favoured it. Plato agreed, the Amphictyons voted for

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