Plato Ion - Or: On the Iliad. Edited with Introduction and by Albert Rijksbaron
By Albert Rijksbaron
This publication provides a revised textual content of Plato's Ion, with complete gear criticus, and an in depth observation, with a linguistic orientation. Linguistic concerns also are the top precept within the collection of one MS examining instead of one other. distinctive consciousness is paid to questions of punctuation.
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49 It was also used by Roman authors; cp. 50 In his brief but insightful discussion of the double titles in Cicero, Wuilleumier, the editor of the Cato maior in the Budé series, 51 observes (‘Introduction’, pp. 11–12) that Cicero himself twice 47 See for a probable reference in Plato’s own dialogues by means of a proper name the mention ἐν τῷ Σοφιστῇ at Plt. 284b7; for references to Plato in Aristotle see Lohan (1890: 35–36). g. ἐν τῇ Πολιτείᾳ (Pol. 1264b29), ἐν τῷ Φαίδωνι (Metaph. 991b3), ἐν τῷ Φαίδρῳ (Rh.
60, where, at 68d1, our texts, with the medieval MSS, read Ἀνάγκη, ἔφη. The papyrus omits ἔφη, and has only αναγκη, surrounded by two dicola. ) The text of the papyrus apparently left no traces in the further transmission of the Phaedo. See also below on the indirect tradition. 68 According to Irigoin (1997: 88) ‘le corpus (: platonicien) a été établi soit au VIe siècle soit même au IXe’. At that time ‘le texte … a été révisé avec le plus grand soin’. Irigoin is speaking here about the Platonic corpus as it was transmitted in the Clarkianus and Parisinus A.
See also below on the indirect tradition. 68 According to Irigoin (1997: 88) ‘le corpus (: platonicien) a été établi soit au VIe siècle soit même au IXe’. At that time ‘le texte … a été révisé avec le plus grand soin’. Irigoin is speaking here about the Platonic corpus as it was transmitted in the Clarkianus and Parisinus A. See also the next note. g. Méridier, Burnet, Bekker, Stephanus and the Aldina—in some way or other goes back to the individual named ‘Plato’. But it remains fundamentally ‘eine Auswahl aus einer größeren Menge antiker Varianten’.