Greeks regarded beauty and stature as qualities which were never separated.—For the acc. of the person after ποιεῖντι, see G. 165; H. 725, a.
τὰ . . . τούτοις: follows ταῦτα epexegetically.
Hermann Sauppe. James A. Towle. Commentary on Plato: Protagoras. Ginn & Company. Boston and London. 1889.
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