The Apology of Socrates

Thomas Cole

Published by Cyberpress

3 Male 0 Female

In 399 BC Athens, Socrates is put on trial for impiety and corrupting the youth

Socrates speaks in his own defense

The jurors find him guilty and sentence him to death

This play is an adaptation of Plato's report on the Trial of Socrates

To read the opening scene/s, click here

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