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Elis (Greece) (search for this): text Hipp. Min., section 364a
SocratesYou are in a state of blessedness, Hippias, if at every Olympiad you come to the sanctuary with fair hopes concerning your soul and its wisdom; and I should be surprised if any of the physical athletes when he goes to that same place to take part in the contests, has such fearless confidence in his body as you have in your intellect.HippiasNaturally, Socrates, I am in this state: for since I began to contend at the Olympic games, I never yet met anyone better than myself in anything.SocratesThat is splendid, Hippias! Your reputation will be a monument of wisdom for the city of Elis and your parents.