Hegel skipped Plato, Aristotle?

I just finished vol. 1 of Hegel's "Lectures on the History of Philosophy," on Greek philosophy. In nearly 500 pages he discusses a wide range of the pre-Socratics, Socrates, and then a few of the post-Socratics, but completely skips Plato and Aristotle. Really? Does he taken them up somewhere else?
Mar 2018
Considering how Platonic much medieval philosophy was, it doesn't appear completely adherent to move Aristotle to the modern section just to keep the logical themes together.

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