|born on||20 May 467 BC (-466) Jul.Cal.|
|Place||Athens, Greece, 37n58, 23e43|
|Timezone||LMT m23e43 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||22°24' or|
Greek philosopher, known as one of the greatest of all times, who left no writings of his own. His teachings were recorded by his greatest pupil, Plato. Socrates greatest precept was "know thyself."
- Death by Execution 399 BC (-398) in Athens (was forced to take poison - date still invalid, must be -398)
The original source notes said: Wemyss No.167 "Born on the 6th Thargelion in the 4th year of the 77th Olympiad, from Standley's History of Philosophy, equated with May 20, 467 OS."
(Penfield Collection has the same date, cast for Noon. Blackwell writes, "Historians debate his actual existance.")
- Personal : Religion/Spirituality : Philosopher/ Humanist