The Laws of Minos.Book V.
Stipple. Plate 190 x 140mm. 7½ x 5½".
Minos is one of the dialogues of Plato. The dialogue begins with Socrates, as seated here, asking his nameless companion, "What is law for us?". It then proceeds to examine the nature of law before praising Minos, the mythical king of Crete and an ancient enemy of Athens.
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