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The Loeb Ammianus - Ammianus Marcellinus. With an English translation by J. C. Rolfe. In three volumes. I. [Books XIV-XIX.] Pp. 1 + 583; portrait, 2 maps. (Loeb Classical Library.) London: Heinemann, 1935. Cloth, 10s. (leather, 12s. 6d.).

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 October 2009

G. B. A. Fletecher
University of Liverpool.


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1 For example, at XIV. I. 10 sibi opposita was conjectured sixty years before Damsté by Langen; at 6. 8 ipse was never conjectured by Traube; at 6. 23 neither Lindenbrog nor anyone else ever conjectured ut hoc; at 11. 11 the conjecture assigned to Clark was never made by him, and Mueller, C. F. W., Neue Jahrb. f. Philol. CVII, 1873, P. 341Google Scholar conjectured not adscisceret but adsciscet; at XVII. 1. 7 in was added by Kellerbauer nearly forty years before Novák; at XIX. 1. 7 Thörnell, , Adscript, hist. Aug. et Amm. Marc, adnotat. (Upsala, 1927), p. 10Google Scholar conjectured not domino suam but domino alone; at 6. 7 Cornelissen, Mnemosyne, XIV, 1886, p. 303 conjectured not inluni but inlerlunio; at 7. 3 Mueller, C. F. W. never conjectured densetaeque, but densetague acie, op.cit. p. 355Google Scholar. At XIV. 6. 25 part of a sentence from Valerius Maximus appears in the critical note with no indication of its origin or purpose.