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This booklet provides a revised textual content of Plato's Ion, with complete gear criticus, and an in depth observation, with a linguistic orientation. Linguistic concerns also are the best precept within the collection of one MS analyzing instead of one other. distinct consciousness is paid to questions of punctuation.
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Viz. up to 373c8 οὖν (Vancamp 1996b: 46). Thereafter, Ven. 186 derives from a MS in the T tradition (Vancamp 1996b: 46). The latter also goes for the Ion. ‘The complete MS was revised, corrected and annotated by Bessarion’ (Jonkers 1989: 74). 6 ‘The editio princeps’. – Venetus Marcianus graecus 184, numero di collocazione 326, from the library of Bessarion; Bessarion’s deluxe Plato, written around 1450 at his order by Joannes Rhosos, and corrected by Bessarion himself (‘Platonis omnia opera, in pergameno, novus, pulcher et optimus liber’—inventory of 1468, nr.
Also Off. 31 sed de amicitia alio libro dictum est, qui inscribitur Laelius. On this passage Rose comments: ‘This, then was his own title for it’ (Rose 1954: 192; I found no information on the double titles in more recent handbooks). This may be true, but does not exclude the possibility that de amicitia was also used by Cicero. Cp. also Att. 4, from which it is clear that choosing the right title was among the topics discussed by Cicero and Atticus. Columella, too, did not take the question of the title lightly; cp.
The complete MS was revised, corrected and annotated by Bessarion’ (Jonkers 1989: 74). 6 ‘The editio princeps’. – Venetus Marcianus graecus 184, numero di collocazione 326, from the library of Bessarion; Bessarion’s deluxe Plato, written around 1450 at his order by Joannes Rhosos, and corrected by Bessarion himself (‘Platonis omnia opera, in pergameno, novus, pulcher et optimus liber’—inventory of 1468, nr. 411; cp. Labowsky 1979: 174). Common modern siglum: E. According to Vancamp (1996a: 45; 1996b: 46), in the Hippias Minor Ven.