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[533a] and who, when the works of the other painters are exhibited, drops into a doze, and is at a loss, and has no remark to offer; but when he has to pronounce upon Polygnotus or any other painter you please, and on that one only, wakes up and attends and has plenty to say?

No, on my honor, I certainly have not.

Or again, in sculpture, have you ever found anyone who is skilled in expounding the successes of Daedalus1 son of Metion, or Epeius2 son of Panopeus,

1 According to legend, the first sculptor: cf. Euthyphro 11, Meno 97 D.

2 The maker of the wooden horse at Troy (Homer, Od. 8.493).

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