Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lacedaemon” in text Hipp. Maj., page 283 of Plato, Greater Hippias:
...rates.But you were able to make the sons of the Inycenes better, and had no power to improve the sons of the Spartans?That is far from true.Well, then, the Siceliotes desire to become better, and the Lacedaemon ians do not? No certainly, Socrates, the Lacedaemonians also desire it.Then it was for lack of money that they avoided intercourse with you?Not at all, since they have plenty of money.What, then, cou...
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