This is basically the gist of it: The thing starts in 401 BC, two years before Socrates' death and it's about one of his students, named Anaximander who solves murder mysteries in Athens, Greece. Problem? There was a philospher named Anaximander, so if this kid's named Anaximander as well...wouldn't that confuse people? I could mention it in dialogue where Socrates asks the boy why he's named this way and the boy replys that his father liked Anaximander, etc. Still, I don't want to confuse people.