Socrates was condemned to death because his image of unbeliever. Plato was among Socrates disciples and friends, yet his heart may have been with the 280 jurors who found him guilty. Plato writes in his Laws that Hesiod and Homer lied about the gods, who are not the vane, voluble and sex-maniac perverts described in the Illiad, but moral, benign, pure entities. Anyone believing in classical Greek gods in Plato's Republic was to be condemned to five years of forced labour, and the repeaters, killed and left to rot unburied.
Reading about Ancient Greeks is fascinating because they were originals, they had no models to follow, they had no one to be influenced by and they had to think it all from the beginning. That they left no descendants is a bad sign.