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[533b] or Theodorus1 of Samos, or any other single sculptor, but in face of the works of the other sculptors is at a loss and dozes, having nothing to say?

No, on my honor, I have not found such a man as that either.

But further, I expect you have also failed to find one in fluting or harping or minstrelsy or rhapsodizing who is skilled in expounding the art of Olympus2

1 A metal-worker (Herodot. 1. 51, 3. 41).

2 One of the mythical inventors of music: cf. Symp. 215 E.

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