Partial KEY for Hr. Test

Partial KEY for Hr. Test - III. Translate the following...

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III. Translate the following passage into English. Then answer the questions appended. ofl §xyro‹ §grãcanto tÚn Svkrãth …w toÁw n°ouw kak«w paideÊonta, ka‹ katå aÈtoË grafØ ¥de: édike› Svkrãthw toÁw m¢n yeoÁw t w pÒlevw oÈ tim«n, •t°rouw d¢ da¤monaw kayiståw ka‹ kakoÁw nÒmouw ye›nai §y°lvn. memhxãnhtai går ˜pvw ofl n°oi cuxØn kako‹ genÆsontai. grafÆtv oÔn ˜de ı énØr, Œ pol›tai ÉAyhna›oi, t w te stãsevw ka‹ t w Ïbrevw. ofl m¢n oÔn mØ kako‹ t«n polit«n oÈk §pe¤syhsan to›w lÒgoiw toÊtoiw, ofl d¢ êfronew ±y°lhsan aÈtÚn grãcasyai oÂa oÈk flkan«w pepaideum°noi. efi går §didãxyhsan sof«w per‹ aÈtoË, §xãrhsan ín ékoÊontew toË sofoË didaskãlou. His enemies indicted Sokrates for (as they believed) educating the young badly, and the charge against him (is) this [or ‘the following’] “Socrates does wrong (by) on the one hand not honouring the gods of the city, and on the other
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course GREK 102 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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Partial KEY for Hr. Test - III. Translate the following...

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