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Guyet, François (1575-1655) (1656, before, b), a copy of part of Guyet (ante 1656) made around 1670-1700 by Broukhusius, now Berlin, Deutsche Staatsbibliothek – Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Diez.

Guyet, François (1575-1655) (1656, before, a), a copy of Guyet (ante 1656) made around 1670-1700 by Broukhusius, now Berlin, Deutsche Staatsbibliothek – Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Bibl. Alternatively, (a) could be a copy of (b); the other way around seems very unlikely.

(1942-43), ‘Osservazioni su alcuni testi letterari ed epigrafici’, (Cambridge, Marevisions to ‘The Poems of Gaius Valerius Catullus’, in: F.

The revisions are anonymous, but Jeffrey Henderson, General Editor of the Loeb Classical Library as of 2013, has identified the editor as Eric H. Gesammlet und nebst einer Beschreibung und Vergleichung der Duisburgischen Handschriften herasgegeben von H.

ac variantes lectiones notasque adiecit Joannes Daniel a Lennep. Valerii Catulli Librum Carminum’, in: Gebhardus (1618a), 12-35. Puccius, Franciscus (1502v), a copy of Puccius (1502) in a 1502 Aldine, now Venice, Biblioteca Marciana, Codex Marc. Puelma, Mario (1977), ‘Sprachliche Beobachtungen zu Catulls Peleus-Epos (C. – Ramler’s bowdlerizations are not listed in the repertory. All references are to the apparatus unless otherwise indicated, or where entire lines are quoted. It contains some new conjectures by Theodor Bergk (= Bergk 1854).(Paris). 1 (1879) contains the text of the poems edited by Benoist with a translation by Rostand, vol. Often it is hard to tell whether Schrader is making a conjecture of his own or advocating a reading he has found somewhere else.

Meleager, Ianus (1618), ‘Spicilegium Iani Meleagri Germani in C. Puccius, Franciscus (1502oa), marginalia that were taken over from Puccius (1502) by Ferrari (1530-1586 a) Puccius, Franciscus (1502ob), marginalia that were taken over from Puccius (1502) by Ferrari (1530-1586 b) Puccius, Franciscus (1502p), marginalia that were taken over from Puccius (1502) by Petreius (1528 ca.). Puccius, Franciscus (1502vi), marginalia that were taken over from Puccius (1502) by Victorius (1521). I could not make sense of some parts of his notes; I may have misunderstood some other passages.

Eldikius, Ericus Hubertus (1788): see Erik Hubert van Eldick (1788).

Eldick, Erik Hubert van (1788), in Santenius (1788).

Mitunter enthalten die Unterseiten auch jüngere und fremdsprachige Zeitschriften.Hinweis: Bände, die mit Google-USA oder nach dem Muster Michigan-USA gekennzeichnet sind, können nur mit einem US-Proxy benutzt werden, sofern sie nicht bereits im Internet Archive gespiegelt sind, siehe Wikisource: Google Book Search.Häufig haben die digitalisierten Zeitschriftenjahrgänge empfindliche Lücken! – Latini’s marginalia on Catullus, added in a copy of Muretus (1554), are printed in vol. These attributions appear so unreliable that here they are ignored altogether, and all variants are simply attributed to Latini. Lachmann, Karl = Lachmannus, Carolus (1793-1851) (1845a), ‘Horatiana’, (Romae), 2 vols. Some variants are followed by a letter ‘O’, which indicates that they come from an earlier edition; others by an ‘L’, which indicates that they are conjectures of Latini’s; a few are unmarked. Accedunt eiusdem Animadversionum libri tres Tum in Coluthum, tum in nonnullos alios auctores , ed. – Identical to the first edition of 1899, apart from the omission of poem 48, surely on account of its homoerotic subject-matter, and the inclusion of a bowdlerized version of poem 29. Menozzi, Eleuterio (1907), ‘Osservazioni su Catullo (c. For example he rewrites 24.1-2 to give it a heterosexual turn, which he also does to a radically shortened poem 99 (but there he adds a footnote which gives the text a novel interpretation that is no less obscene), he omits poem 67, and writes (Lipsiae). 2 (1882) a commentary on poems 1-63 by Benoist, and vol. Schrader, Johannes (1721/22-1783) (1788), in Santenius (1788). Schrader, Johannes (1721/22-1783) (ante 1784), handwritten notes on Catullus, now Berlin, Staatsbibliothek – Preussischer Kulturbesitz, MS. Schröder, Ferdinand (1892), Valckenaer, Lodewijk Kasper = Valckenarius, Ludovicus Casparus (1715-1785) (ante 1786), an undated letter to Laurentius Santenius, now Berlin, Deutsche Staatsbibliothek – Preussischer Kulturbesitz Diez.

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