τῆς ἰατρικῆς. Eryx. speaks, as a member of the Asclepiad guild, of “our art”: for his glorification of “the art,” see also 176 D, 196 A, and Agathon's allusion in 196 D. Cp. Theaet. 161 E τὸ δὲ δὴ ἐμόν τε καὶ τῆς ἐμῆς τέχνης τῆς μαιευτικῆς κτλ., where also Naber excises τῆς μ. (cp. Vahlen Op. Ac. II. 273). ὡς μέγας κτλ. This ὡς-clause serves to repeat in another form the initial ὅτι-clause, thus making two object-clauses to one main clause in the sentence, for which cp. 211 E infra, Apol. 20 C.
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