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  1. Lamprocles - Wikipedia

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    Lamprocles (Greek: Λαμπροκλῆς) was Socrates' and Xanthippe's eldest son. His two brothers were Menexenus and Sophroniscus. Lamprocles was only a boy (μειράκιον meirakion) at the time of Socrates' trial and death.

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    Lamprocles (ランブロクレス Ranburokuresu?, Lit. "glorious and bright") is a human female, the only daugher of Plato and Xanthippe. She's the oldest of the three children of Plato, and considered the more matured part, and the one that inherited her father's magical potential and reservoirs.

  3. What does Lamprocles mean? - definitions

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    Lamprocles (Greek: Λαμπροκλῆς) was Socrates' and Xanthippe's eldest son. His two brothers were Menexenus and Sophroniscus. Lamprocles was only a boy (μειράκιον meirakion) at the time of Socrates' trial and death.

  4. Lamprocles - North by Northwestern

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    Thus was Lamprocles, the fittest of his family, reduced to Death’s delivery-boy. Despite years of similar errands, he was not a very fast courier: he moved towards his destination in a cautious stabilizing tread.

  5. Lamprocles - Oxford Reference

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    Quick Reference (early/mid-5th cent. bc), Athenian musician and poet, teacher of Damon (2), composer of dithyrambs (Athen. 491c) and a famous hymn to Athena quoted by Aristophanes (1) (Nubes 967).

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    Lamprocles was Socrates ' and Xanthippe 's eldest son. His two brothers were Menexenus and Sophroniscus. Lamprocles was only a lad (meirakion) at the time of Socrates' trial and death. According to Aristotle, Socrates' descendants as a whole turned out to be unremarkable: "silly and dull".

  7. Lamprocles (Short Story) > Pyrrhic Defeat

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    Sep 22, 2013 · Lamprocles relinquished his thoughts on the distant memory as his father’s voice in the present usurped his attention. As Lamprocles and Xanthippe entered the room, they had apparently interrupted, as they so often did, an ongoing debate: his father was in the middle of a rebuttal.

  8. Lamprocles (507 books) - goodreads.com

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    Lamprocles is currently reading Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter, #4)

  9. Lamprocles (deceased) - Genealogy

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    Genealogy profile for Lamprocles Lamprocles (deceased) - Genealogy Genealogy for Lamprocles (deceased) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  10. Xanthippe - Wikipedia

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    One additional reason for thinking Xanthippe's family was socially prominent was that her eldest son was named Lamprocles instead of "Sophroniscus" after Socrates' father Sophroniscus: the ancient Greek custom was to name one's first child after the more illustrious of the two grandfathers.

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