Texts and transmission: a survey of the Latin classics
This alphabetically arranged handbook presents a series of concise and up-to-date accounts of the manuscript tradition and transmission of Latin texts. All authors and texts down to Apuleius which have their own independent transmission are included, together with a generous selection of later authors who may be regarded as belonging to the classical tradition.
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CONSOLATJO AD LIVIAM
AEL1US DONATUS Commentary on Terence
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