The Oligarchic Soul
Of the tame animal-head appetites, one predominates: the desire for money. Notice that the little person and the lion are on the same level, below the necessary appetites.
Republic Bk 8, 553e-555b: . . . He values money above all . . . he spends only to satisfy necessary appetites . . . he makes a profit from everything and keeps it, and is admired by the public! . . . he doesn't value education . . . he looks for opportunities to act dishonestly . . . but he preserves a reputation for honesty, fearing that otherwise he'll lose what he what he has . . . he is not free from internal civil war, but he usually keeps his better appetites in control of his worse ones, so he's more respectable than many people . . . but the true virtue of a harmonius soul is lacking.