page 105 note 1 I base my lists and citations throughout on the edition of Klotz.
page 105 note 2 Wotke C. (Eranos Vindobonensis, 1893, pp. 211–17)suggested this from his knowledge of Book I only.
page 105 note 3 Notices et extraits des manuscrits de la Bibliothèque Nationale, 31, i (1884), PP. 280–2 and p. 356; Notice sur Us manuscrits disparus de Tours, pp. 124–6 and p. 200. See also Wilkins A. (C.R. xiii, 1889, p. 65).
page 105 note 4 T is No. 24 in A Catalogue of the MSS. at Ashburnham Place. Part I, comprising a collection formed by Professor Libri (London, 1845?).
page 105 note 5 I am indebted to M. Porcher of the Bibliothèque Nationale and to M. Collon of the library at Tours for the resolution of queries in this connexion.
page 105 note 6 Papiers de Bréquigny, xxxv, fol. 100, preserved in the Bibliotheque Nationale.
page 105 note 7 Williams R. D. (C.R. 1ri, 1947, pp. 88–90).
page 107 note 1 The readings of the original hand of T in this. list go back to the common ancestor of T and r, for they are also the readings of the original hand of r (except only these minor differences:
page 108 note 1 Catalogue of Western Manuscripts in the Old Royal and King's Collections in the British Museum, vol. ii.
page 108 note 2 I have attempted to discover the source of these remarkable errors, and I find that many of them have arisen from a misunderstanding or misreading of Bentley's collation. Bentley himself is rarely in error, and Kinkel's collation of Books I–VI is very accurate.
page 108 note 3 See Getty, op. cit., pp. 131–3, for corrections to Klotz's citations of S.
page 109 note 1 In the list which follows, the readings which I indicate as r 1 are also those of T 1, with the two very minor exceptions of iv. 732
and vi. 674
page 110 note 1 The arguments of Klotz about the correcting hand of r (Rhein. Mtts. lix, 1904, p. 383 f.) are not valid, as he confuses variants written by the scribe with later corrections or variants. In fact only r T has that affinity with the later manuscripts which he attributes to the corrector of r: r 2 is related to the ω group (especially to D), and r1 of course also to the ω group.
page 110 note 2 See also the list of readings of T above.
page 111 note 1 See also Klotz , Praefatio, p. liii.
page 111 note 2 See also Klotz , Praefatio, p. liv.