There is a quote from Plato's Apology that I would really like to get tattooed on me, but it's a little long, so I was wondering what the proper way to cite it would be. (I know there's a certain way to do this...)
It is from Plato's Apology, XVII lines 13-16. It's the sentence about how we should not fear death, because we do not know what comes after. I don't know how to cite the except properly with the stephanus number etc., i don't quite understand how to. And I was wondering if someone could translate that citation into attic greek?