By Albert Rijksbaron
This ebook provides a revised textual content of Plato's Ion, with complete equipment criticus, and an intensive statement, with a linguistic orientation. Linguistic issues also are the prime precept within the number of one MS interpreting instead of one other. detailed cognizance is paid to questions of punctuation.
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G. in cases where they agree against Proclus, this order, where the older family appears first, is purely conventional, and is not meant to suggest that T W represent ‘a specially faithful reproduction of the earliest text’ (cp. n. 69). Other manuscripts used Apart from T W S F, I refer in a few, rather controversial, cases to the following, admittedly derivative, MSS; I collated Ven. 186 and 184 in situ: – Florentinus Laurentianus 85, 7, from the fifteenth century. Modern siglum: x. According to Boter (1989: 36), this MS ‘derives from F, and is in all probability a direct transcript’.
84 And which, as the list shows, in my view often should be preferred. But there is at least one variant to which this judgment definitely does not apply, the impossible γνῶ in S F at 540c1. Since the other instances of γνώσεται in S F in the context are unobjectionable, one wonders why this augmentless epic aorist (if this is what γνῶ represents, of course) suddenly turns up. Be that as it may, γνῶ must have been present in the Vorlage of S and F. 32 INTRODUCTION And next quite a number of readings where S and F part company: 530a2 ἢ T W F : ἦ S 531e2 ὅσπερ T W S f : ὥσπερ F 531e9 λέγομεν ὡς W Spc f(sic; λεγόμεν; ὡς ex ος) : λεγόμενος F : λέγωμεν ὡς T 531e9 ὁ T W Spc : om.
Both ἀπ’ ἀνθρώπων and ἀπανθρώπων may be due to the influence of ἀπ’ ἀλλήλων at 535e8–9. In S, ἀπ was subsequently or inter scribendum erased, 87 but the coronis remained where it was. What does the above comparatio lectionum tell us about the descent of S and F? g. : ‘(Burnet’s conclusion) … can be accepted as certain’), Bluck (1961: 136: ‘… F may certainly be regarded as a direct, or almost direct, transcript from an uncial manuscript’) and Irigoin (1997: 164), who speaks of a ‘translittération tardive’.
Plato Ion - Or: On the Iliad. Edited with Introduction and Commentary (Amsterdam Studies in Classical Philology - Vol. 14) by Albert Rijksbaron