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L.S.J. and Cicero's Letters

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 February 2009

D. R. Shackleton Bailey
Jesus College, Cambridge


Few authors, I should suppose, get less expert treatment in this lexicon than Cicero, so far at least as his letters are concerned. That is largely because the editors chose to trust Tyrrell and Purser, to whom Cicero's Greek was no less full of pitfalls than his Latin. The following notes may be of help in the preparation of a tenth edition.

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Copyright © The Classical Association 1962

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page 159 note 1 For this sense of L.S.J, quote only Gell. 4. 2. 5.

page 159 note 1 Amended in the ‘addenda et corrigenda’ to ‘serene temper’—better, but still not correct.