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Acc. c. infin. instead of the
Nom. c. infin.; 30, 8.
Alcibiades a pupil of Socr. p. 60.
Alliteration 34, 10.
Anaxagoras 14, 17.
Anytus p. 60. 2, 25.

Article 10, 12. in the predicate 3, 4.

Attraction 2, 2. 37, 3. 43, 1. 51, 15.

Callias 5, 17.
Cebes 42, 23.
Chaerecrates 7, 7.
Chaerephon 6, 28.
Chiasmus 5, 9.

Cicero translates Plato 37, 7. Comic poets attacking Socrates 3, 12.

Constr. κατὰ σύνεσιν 2, 1. 5, 9.
Complicate construction 14, 7.
Critias, one of the Thirty, a
pupil of Socr., p. 60.
Crito p. 101.

Dativus ethicus 11, 20. 30, 2. 32, 12.

Ellipsis of ὄντα or ἔχοντα 11, 26.
Epexegesis 10, 2. 32, 4. 38, 18.
43, 7.
Euenus 5, 28.

Eupolis on Socr.'s poverty 10, 18.

Euripides, alluded to, 6, 24. Future and present difficult to distinguish 55, 22.

Genitive after θαυμάζω 1, 5. Genitive of relation 2, 10. Subject omitted in a genitive absolute 48, 25.

Gorgias 5, 5.

Hades, judges there, 37, 3.

Hippias 3, 1. 5, 5. Homer quoted 41, 6. Imperfect, peculiar sense in referring to a preceding discussion 52, 7.

Infin. pres. where you expect fut. 53, 27.

Infin, in the sense of a clause
with ὥστε 54, 19.
Ionic philosophers 3, 1.
Irregularity of constr. 3, 17. 5,
9. 6, 1. 7, 24. 8, 11. 8, 23.
28, 1, 30, 23. 31, 16.
Lyco p. 61.
Meletus p. 59.

Oracle on Socrates 7, 7.
Palamedes 37, 10.

Two

Participle in the dative after οὐκ ἂν ἀηδὲς εἴη 37, 13. participles, the first subordinate to the second, 16, 2. Play upon words 13, 24. Political motives in the trial of Socr. p. 60.

Predicate with an article 3, 4.
Preposition not repeated for the
relative 17, 1.
Prodicus 5, 5.

Questions addressed by a speaker
to himself 36, 1.
Simmias 42, 23.

Singular of finite verb with a participle in the plural 29, 24.

Verb repeated 16, 14.

Verbal nouns retaining the case of the verb 3, 1. 20, 26. Verbal adjectives, how constr., 49, 1. Zeugma 48, 13.

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Acc. c. infin. instead of the

Nom. c. infin.; 30, 8. Alcibiades a pupil of Socr. p. 60. Alliteration 34, 10. Anaxagoras 14, 17. Anytus p. 60. 2, 25.

Article 10, 12. in the predicate 3, 4.

Attraction 2, 2. 37, 3. 43, 1. 51, 15.

Callias 5, 17.
Cebes 42, 23.
Chaerecrates 7, 7.
Chaerephon 6, 28.
Chiasmus 5, 9.

Cicero translates Plato 37, 7. Comic poets attacking Socrates 3, 12.

Constr. κατὰ σύνεσιν 2, 1. 5, 9.

Complicate construction 14, 7. Critias, one of the Thirty, a pupil of Socr., p. 60. Crito p. 101.

Dativus ethicus 11, 20. 30, 2. 32, 12.

Ellipsis of ὄντα or ἔχοντα 11, 26. Epexegesis 10, 2. 32, 4. 38, 18. 43, 7.

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Hippias 3, 1. 5, 5. Homer quoted 41, 6. Imperfect, peculiar sense in referring to a preceding discussion 52, 7.

Infin. pres. where you expect fut. 53, 27.

Infin, in the sense of a clause with ὥστε 54, 19. Ionic philosophers 3, 1. Irregularity of constr. 3, 17. 5, 9. 6, 1. 7, 24. 8, 11. 8, 23. 28, 1. 30, 23. 31, 16. Lyco p. 61.

Meletus p. 59.

Oracle on Socrates 7, 7.
Palamedes 37, 10.

Participle in the dative after οὐκ ἂν ἀηδὲς εἴη 37, 13. Two participles, the first subordinate to the second, 16, 2. Play upon words 13, 24. Political motives in the trial of Socr. p. 60.

Predicate with an article 3, 4.
Preposition not repeated for the
relative 17, 1.
Prodicus 5, 5.

Questions addressed by a speaker
to himself 36, 1.
Simmias 42, 23.

Singular of finite verb with a participle in the plural 29, 24.

Verb repeated 16, 14.

Verbal nouns retaining the case of the verb 3, 1. 20, 26. Verbal adjectives, how constr., 49, 1. Zeugma 48, 13.

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