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[406d] from her birth out of the foam (ἀφροῦ).

Hermogenes
But surely you, as an Athenian, will not forget Athena, nor Hephaestus and Ares.

Socrates
That is not likely.

Hermogenes
No.

Socrates
It is easy to tell the reason of one of her two names.

Hermogenes
What name?

Socrates
We call her Pallas, you know.

Hermogenes
Yes, of course.

Socrates
Those of us are right, I fancy,


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