Crito of Alopece

Crito of Alopece (Ancient Greek: Κρίτων Άλωπεχῆθεν, gen.: Κρίτωνος, Kríton Alōpechēthen, ca. 469–4th century BCE) was an ancient Athenian agriculturist depicted in the Socratic literature of Plato and Xenophon, where he appears as a faithful and lifelong companion of the philosopher Socrates. Although the later tradition of ancient scholarship attributed philosophical works to Crito, modern scholars do not consider him to have been an active philosopher, but rather a member of Socrates' inner circle through childhood friendship.

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