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The Assisi Fragments of the Apologia of Apuleius

  • D. S. Robertson (a1)

The discovery and identification by G. Muzzioli of ten leaves from a Beneventan manuscript of the Apologia of Apuleius in the Biblioteca Comunale of Assisi (now numbered 706 in that library) was communicated to the Comitato Consultivo of the R. Istituto di Patologia del Libro on 30 March 1942, and published in the same year in the Institute's Bolletino, iv. 1 (1942), 13, 14.

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page 68 note 1 I here express my gratitude to those not thanked in the text of this article: Dr. Augusto Campana and Professor Cesare Foligno.

page 73 note 1 Except the extremely late N 4 in the Biblioteca Oratoriana in Naples, which may be derived from a printed source; I do not know what it reads here.

page 80 note 1 See Fraenkel E., Eranos, li (1953), 151 ff., and Mariotti S., Stud. ital. di filologia class. xxvii (1955), 1 ff.

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