[299c] to be sure, Euthydemus, at any rate if the drinker is as big as the Delphian statue.Then, further, since in war, he proceeded, it is good to have arms, one ought to have as many spears and shields as possible, if we agree that it is a good thing?Yes, I suppose, said Ctesippus and you, Euthydemus, do you take the other view, that it should be one shield and one spear?Yes, I do.What, he said, and would you arm Geryon also and Briareus1 in this way? I thought you more of an expert than that, considering you are a man-at-arms, and your comrade here too!At this Euthydemus was silent; then Dionysodorus
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