Aristophanous K M Idiai

Aristophanous K M Idiai

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ...Tovs Kuaow re Kou 'yaOois. Other conjectures have been made, which are not worth repeating here. And, of course, if the view taken of this Antepirrhema in the Commentary be correct, all excuse for these alterations at once disappears. 720. Kai To Katvov xpvaiov. For the reasons mentioned in relation to the foregoing line, Kuster proposed to read Kai To Kaivov xaXttoe. And Meineke actually substitutes for the text the words (cat KaXwe KeKopfiivov. This was his first mode of equalizing the two branches of the comparison. Afterwards, in his Vind. Aristoph., he abandoned it for the alteration in the preceding line, already considered. 721. Tovtohtiv oto-iv. Meineke suggests, and Holden and Eock read, Toitoio-i Toiaiv. 724. tv Tt Toit. From the strange notion that this line is governed by xpupcff oi8cv, in which case we should expect Ovt iv To'k "exxijo-i, various transpositions have been made in these FEOGS verses by Meineke and other recent editors. But the words are really, as Holden observes, connected with --bavio-jifpois, tested both amongst the Hellenes and amongst the Barbarians. 730. 7rpoi'creXoC/i-i/ R. Bekker, recentiores, except Bergk. irpocrcXov/M the MSS. generally, and the editions before Brunck. Dawes considered tbat the 7rpo7-was long, because followed by the digamma, and accordingly Brunck and Bergk write it npoo-iXovnf v. Stobaeus, 43. 28, citing this passage gives itpovyikointv, and so Bentley proposed, Hesychius explaining npovyiktlv by 7rpoiri)aiti fii and ippl((tv. Grotius proposed npov X-/in. There is the same difficulty in Aesch. Prom. 447. Meineke is thoroughly dissatisfied with the way in which Aristophanes wrote this Antepirrhema, and sets to work with great zeal to improve it....
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