The myth of Er, the son of Armenius, is mentioned in the 10th book of Plato’s “Republic”: “Er, having been killed in battle, came to life again on the twelfth day and related what he had seen in the other world.” The story is told to illustrate the rewards that await the just after death.

The myth of Er, the son of Armenius, is mentioned in the 10th book of Plato’s “Republic”: “Er, having been killed in battle, came to life again on the twelfth day and related what he had seen in the other world.” The story is told to illustrate the rewards that await the just after death.

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