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Open it The scene of Xenophon's Symposium, and also that of Plato's Protagoras, is set at Callias' house.
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Callias III - Wikipedia ly in his life so that he was commonly spoken of, before his father's death, being the "evil genius" of his family.  He is acclaimed in Plato's Apology as having "paid more money to sophists than all the others." 
<span>The scene of Xenophon's Symposium, and also that of Plato's Protagoras, is set at Callias' house. In the latter especially Callias' character is drawn with some vivid sketches as a dilettante highly amused with the intellectual fencing of Protagoras and Socrates.  Callias III is
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