Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Naucratis” in text Phaedrus, page 274 of Plato, Phaedrus:
...t is true, they only know. But if we ourselves should find it out, should we care any longer for human opinions?A ridiculous question! But tell me what you say you have heard.I heard, then, that at Naucratis , in Egypt, was one of the ancient gods of that country, the one whose sacred bird is called the ibis, and the name of the god himself was Theuth. He it was who invented numbers and arithmetic and g...
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