ἀπεκρίνω: see on 313 a.
ὅτι: sc. μέλλωτελεῖνἹπποκράτειμισθόν.
Phidias, son of Charmides, the Athenian, whose creative art produced ideals of the gods, and Polycletus (cf. 328 c) of Argos, unequalled in the expression of human beauty, represent together the culmination of Greek plastic art. They were older contemporaries of Socrates.
τὸνἈθηναῖον: is added in contrast with Ἀργεῖον.
Hermann Sauppe. James A. Towle. Commentary on Plato: Protagoras. Ginn & Company. Boston and London. 1889.
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