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Y the second. The Scholia preserve a few passages of the first edition,
from which the second seems to have differed only slightly. The old
opinion that our MSS.
preserve any traces of the first edition has long been given up. The
principal MSS. are the following:-- The Laurentian, also called the
Medicean, XXXII.
9, of the early eleventh century, the excellent MS. at Florence which
contains Sophocles, Aeschylus and Apollonius Rhodius. This is far
the best authority for the text (here denoted by L). The Guelferbytanus
of the thirteenth
century, which closely agrees with another Laurentian, XXXII. 16, of the
same date (here denoted by G and L^2 respectively). There were
in the early eleventh century two types of
text, the first being best known to us by L, the second by G and L^2

and the corrections made in L. Quotations in the Etymologicum Magnum
agree with the second type and show that this is as old as the fifth
century. Besides these there
are, of inferior MSS., four Vatican
and five Parisian which are occasionally useful. Most of them
have Scholia; the best Scholia
are those
of L. The principal editions are:-- Florence, 1496, 4to.
This is the _editio princeps_, by Lascaris, based on L, with Scholia, a
very rare book. Venice,
1521, 8vo. The Aldine, by Franciscus Asulanus, with Scholia. Paris,
8vo, based on the Parisian MSS. Geneva, 1574, 4to, by Stephanus, with
Scholia. Leyden, 1641, 2 vols.,

8vo, by J. Hoelzlin, with a Latin version. Oxford, 1777, 2 vols., 4to,
by J. Shaw, with a Latin
version. Strassburg, 1780, 8vo and 4to, by R.F.P.

Brunck. Rome, 1791-1794, 2 vols., 4to, by Flangini, with an Italian
translation. Leipzig, 1797, 8vo, by Ch. D. Beck, with a Latin version. A
second volume, to contain
the Scholia and a commentary, was never published. Leipzig, 1810-1813,
2 vols., 8vo. A second
edition of Brunck by G.H. Schaefer, with the Florentine and Parisian

Scholia, the latter printed

for the first time.

Leipzig, 1828, 8vo, by A. Wellauer, with the Scholia, both Florentine
and Parisian. Paris, 1811, 4to, by F.S.

Lehrs, with a Latin version.
In the Didot

series. Leipzig, 1852, 8vo, by R. Merkel, "ad cod. MS. Laurentianum."
The Teubner Text. Leipzig, 1854,
2 vols., 8vo, by R. Merkel. The second volume contains
Merkel's prolegomena and the Scholia to L, edited by H. Keil. Oxford,
8vo, by R.C. Seaton. I
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