Greek 701 / Assignment 11 / 2007

I. (~2 pp.) Plato’s Kallikles addresses Sokrates very
forcefully. How
would you describe his style? Consider not only rhetorical figures but
sentence structure and the larger “flow” of the argument.

II. Translate the following into Attic Greek. Try to include a
Thucydidean touch or two.

Please double space.

  • War brings greatest harm to those who hope vainly.
  • It benefits most those who plan rationally.
  • You have a choice between war and submission.
  • Consider the actual facts.
  • Decide prudently.