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The Agennensis (Livy 21–25)1

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 February 2009

T. A. Dorey
Affiliation:
University of Sheffield

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The purpose of this article is to set down the results of a careful examination of certain readings contained in Books 21–25 of the Codex Agennensis of Livy (Mus. Brit. Harl. 2493), to consider the significance of these readings in the textual tradition of Livy 21–25, and to discuss briefly a point raised by Professor G. Billanovich in his recent article on the Agennensis.

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Copyright © The Classical Association 1957

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References

2 Billanovich, G., ‘Petrarch and the Tex tual Tradition of Livy’, Journal of the War burg and Courtauld Institutes, vol. xiv (1951), 137208.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

3 The sigla adopted by the O.C.T. are used throughout this article.

1 Further examples can be found in the apparatus criticus of the O.C.T., vol. iii: 21.Google Scholar 3. 1, 24. 5, 58. 9; 22. 3. 4, 4. 1, 4. 2, 10. 2, 24. 1, 27. 4, 39. 18, 40. 8, 56. 2, 60. 9; 23. 5. n, 34. 11; 24. 7. 8, 8. 4, 20. 4, 20. 10, 39. 6, 43. 9, 48. 8, 48. 13; 25. 12. 15, 15. 7, 16. 3, 18.9, 29.4, 30.3, 41.2.

1 Also, possibly, 21. 35. 11 publica CMDA; lubrica publica N.

2 Evidence for the French origin of the Bambergensis and the Cantabrigiensis is given in O.C.T. vol. iii, p. xixGoogle Scholar and C.Q. xi (1917), 73.Google Scholar

3 Loc. cit., pp. 146, n. 2, 175.

4 Ibid. p. 176, n. 1.

1 e.g. 22. 37. 8 missili telo om. AN; 23. 20. 6 reliquum om. AN.

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