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" Hesiod and Homer? I indeed should be willing to die often, if this be true. For to me the sojourn there would be admirable, when I should meet with Palamedes, and Ajax, son of Telamon, and any other of the ancients who has died by an unjust sentence. "
The Works of Plato - Page 29
by Plato - 1881
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The Youth's instructer [sic] and guardian

1854
...would you not estimate a conference with Orpheus and Mustcus, Hesiod and Homer ? I indeed should be •willing to die often, if this be true. For to me the sojourn there would be admirable, where I should meet with Palamedes, and Ajax, son of Telamon, and any other of the ancients who has...
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The works of Plato: a new and literal version, by H. Cary (H. Davis, G. Burges).

Plato - 1848
...would you not estimate a conference with Orpheus and Musseus, Hesiod and Homer? I indeed should be willing to die often, if this be true. For to me the...sentence. The comparing my sufferings with theirs would, l think, be no unpleasiug occupation. But the greatest pleasure would be to spend my time in questioning...
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Christ in History; or, The Central Power Among Men

Robert Turnbull - 1854
...true. Most admirable would it be for me to sojourn there, where I should meet those ancient heroes who died by an unjust sentence. The comparing my sufferings with theirs would, I think, be no unpleasant occupation. But the greatest pleasure would be to spend my time in questioning...
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Christ in History: Or, The Central Power Among Men

Robert Turnbull - Church history - 1854 - 540 pages
...true. Most admirable would it be for me to sojourn there, where I should meet those ancient heroes who died by an unjust sentence. The comparing my sufferings with theirs would, I think, be no unpleasant occupation. But the greatest pleasure would be to spend my time in questioning...
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A compendium of classical literature: comprising choice extracts translated ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - Computers - 1861 - 622 pages
...would you not estimate a conference with Orpheus and Musanis, Hesiod and Homer? I indeed should be willing to die often, if this be true. For to me the...sentence. The comparing my sufferings with theirs would, I think, be no uupleasing occupation. But the greatest pleasure would be to spend my time in questioning...
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Compendium of Classical Literature

Charles Dexter Cleveland - Classical literature - 1861 - 622 pages
...wonld yon not estimate a conference with Orphens and -Musaeus, Hesiod and Homer? I indeed shonld be willing to die often, if this be true. For to me the sojonrn there wonld he admirable, when I shonld meet with Palamedes, and Ajax son of Telamon, and any...
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Man All Immortal: Or, the Nature and Destination of Man as Taught by Reason ...

Davis Wasgatt Clark - Death - 1864 - 464 pages
...what price would you not estimate a conference with Musseus, Hesiod, and Homer? I, indeed, should be willing to die often, if this be true. For to me,...admirable, when I should meet with Palamedes, and Ajax the son of Telamon, and any other of the ancients who has died by an unjust sentence. The compar28...
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Man All Immortal: Or, the Nature and Destination of Man as Taught by Reason ...

Davis Wasgatt Clark - Death - 1864 - 464 pages
...what price would you not estimate a conference with Musseus, Hesiod, and Homer? I, indeed, should be willing to die often, if this be true. For to me,...admirable, when I should meet with Palamedes, and Ajax the son of Telamon, and any other of the ancients who has died by an unjust sentence. The compar28...
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MAN ALL IMMORTAL

REV. D. W. CLARK, D.D. - 1866
...what price would you not estimate a conference with Musseus, Hesiod, and Homer? I, indeed, should be willing to die often, if this be true. For to me,...admirable, when I should meet with Palamedes, and Ajax the son of Telamon, and any other of the ancients who has died by an unjust sentence. The compar28...
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The National Quarterly Review, Volume 13

Edward Isidore Sears, David Allyn Gorton, Charles H. Woodman - 1866
...would you not estimate a conference with Orpheus and Musseus, Hesiod and Homer ? I, indeed, would be willing to die often, if this be true; for to me the sojourn there would be admirable, where I should meet with Palamedes, and Ajax, son of Telamon, and any other of the ancients who has...
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