604 Following Eusebius’ text, universally agreed to be superior. “Educated” ( ἐν παιδείᾳ) once again privileges a specifically Greek understanding of culture. This clause precedes and thus modifies the appreciation for what the Judean contributed of “what he had.” While allowing for this controbution from a different cultural tradition, Clearchus insists that its necessary condition was his socialization in the company of educated Greeks. His wisdom is not accepted as a fully independent entity – only as he has become “Greek” in his soul.