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In 470 B.C.E. a Greek Philosopher named Socrates was born in Athens. He was the son of Sophroniscus of Alopece, who was a sculptor. Researchers have said that Socrates was brought up as a sculptor which later he abandoned. When the Peloponnesian war broke out, Socrates went into active service and he earned high praises by the people of Athens. The size of Potidaea which was the beginning of the war and where he saved Alcibaiades life, he fought in the battle of Amphipolis in 422 and he was considered a hero by the people of Athens.
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