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meant for such persons, and the sons of Asciepius should refuse to attend them even though they might be richer than Midas."
" According to your account," he said, " the sons of Asclepius were remarkably clever."

CHAPTER XVI.
" It was fitting that they should be so," I replied. " And yet the tragedians and Pindar (51) dissenting from us assert that, although Asclepius was the son of Apollo, he was prevailed upon by a bribe of gold to heal a rich man who was already at the point of death, and that for this cause he was smitten by a thunderbolt. But we, in accordance with our principles already laid down, will not believe them when they make both these statements ; but if Asclepius was the son of a god, we shall maintain, he was not avaricious, or, if he was avaricious, he was not the son of a god."
" All that," he said, " is entirely right. But what have you to say on this point, Socrates? Ought we not to have good physicians in the State? And the best physicians, I fancy, will be those who have had the most extensive practice among healthy and diseased persons, and the best jurors will be those who have had experience of all sorts of characters."

51. On the punishment of Asclepius for restoring Hippolytus to life, see Pindar, Pythian, iii, 55 ff., Aeschylus, Agamemnon, 1022 ff, , and Euripides, Alcestis, 3, 4.

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