In Euthypro, there was a lot of going in circles. There were no clear answers. Euthypro is an example of the citizens of this Era. There are many people like him who just want to please their gods. Euthypro has so much faith in his Gods that he is not willing to say that he does not know the answers to Socrates questions. He will not be proven wrong even though he is just speaking in circles. This painting is perfect for this because it a series of circles just like their conversations. It "moves round in a circle" (30).
Plato, , G M. A. Grube, and John M. Cooper. The Trial and Death of Socrates: Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Death Scene from Phaedo. Indianapolis, IN: Hackett Pub, 2000. Print.