The gods,” answered Hippias; “for the first command to all men is to adore the gods.
Hippias made all the arrangements, and superintended the disembarkation.
In his youth he studied rhetoric under Gorgias, perhaps also under Hippias and Prodicus.
Hippias was alarmed at this occurrence, considering it a bad omen.
I have brought our genial uncle Hippias to town—a delightful companion!
Hippias and Prodicus, as well as Protagoras, admit the soundness of the conclusion.
Renaudet may be said to have been a pupil of the philosophical school of Hippias.
Nay, Hippias, said Alcibiades; not now, but at some other time.
Ast rejects both the dialogues called by the name of Hippias, as not composed by Plato.
Hippias, catching the words, exclaimed in a bantering tone: What!