Encontré este extracto que me pareció muy simpático, lo comparto.
Once there was in the city a beautiful woman named Theodote, who was ready to keep company with anyone who prevailed upon her. One of the bystanders mentioned her, declaring that the beauty of the woman defied words and adding that artists visited her to paint her and to them she showed as much as was fitting. Socrates said, “We must go see for ourselves: whatever defies words can’t very well be learned by hearsay. ” “Come with me at once, ” replied his informant. So off they went to Theodote’s house, where they found her posing before an artist, and they looked on.
Xenophon, Memorabilia, III, xi, 1-2