The Trial and Death of Socrates
of the Clarendon Press. His account of
Socrates is singularly striking. I found the
very exact and literal translation of the Phado
into colloquial English by the late Mr. E. M.
Cope often very useful in revising that dia-
logue. I have also to thank various friends
for the patience with which they have looked
over parts of my work in manuscript, and
for the many valuable hints and suggestions
which they have given me.
As a rule I have used the text of the
Zurich editors. Twice or thrice, in the Ph&do,
I have taken a reading from the text of
Schanz : but it seems to me that what makes
his edition valuable is its apparatus criticus
rather than its text.
F. J. C.
PH^DO . .