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534d1 ἵνα T W Stob. : ἵνα μὴ S F 535d2–3 χρυσοῖσι S F : χρυσοῖς T W 535e5 καθίσω T W : κατίδω S F 536d7 λέγοντός τι (-ος τί) S F : λέγοντος T W 537a1 πολλαχοῦ ὅμηρος T W : ὅμηρος πολλαχοῦ S F 537d1 καὶ κατὰ T W : καὶ τὰ S F 540c1 κάμνοντος S Fpc : κάμνοντι T W 540c1 γνώσεται] γνῶ (sic) S F 540d4 ἔγωγε S F : ἐγὼ T W 540e2 ἀπεκρίνω S F : ἀπεκρίνου T W 541a7 σοι T W : σοι εἶναι S F 542a7 εἶναι ἀνὴρ S F : ἀνὴρ εἶναι T W 542b1 θεῖος S F : om. T W For a discussion of these variants, most of which prima facie are, indeed, real variants,84 I refer to the commentary.
P. iii). , Burnet made virtually no use of S. g. Immisch (1903a: 65)77 and Alline (1915: 243),78 many editors remained sceptical about the usefulness of S. Mi. reported for F and S by Bekker, Schanz and Burnet, Slings concludes (1981: 279): ‘… I reject [Schanz’s] claim that S is a primary witness, though not with absolute confidence. A future editor of the Clitophon would do wise to examine this MS. ) has argued for the Hippias Minor that S is, indeed, a primary witness; 80 he assigns the MS to the first half of the fifteenth century (Vancamp 1996a: 33 n.
TITLE(S); THE NAMES OF THE SPEAKERS 21 refers to this work by means of Cato or Cato maior, once with a fuller phrase, which includes the alternative title (Amic. 4 in Catone maiore qui est scriptus ad te de senectute), and once with the second title only (Div. 53 The double titles consisting of a proper name and a title ἀπὸ τοῦ πράγματος remained in use in later times, famous examples being Richardson’s Pamela: or, Virtue Rewarded, Cleland’s Fanny Hill: or, Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, Rousseau’s Emile, ou De l’éducation, Hermann Broch’s trilogy Die Schlafwandler,54 Valéry’s Eupalinos ou l’architecte, Ionesco’s Jacques ou la soumission, Nabokov’s Ada, or Ardor: A Family Chronicle, Kubrick’s movie Dr.