Caesar, Civil War

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INTRODUCTION

? springCaelius’ failed political and later military rebellion in Italy (3.20–22)
Mar. Antony and more of the army cross to Greece, join Caesar (3.26–30)
springCaesar secures more territory in Greece (3.34–39); Scipio arrives (3.36.1)
Apr.–Jul.Caesar besieges Pompey near Dyrrachium, is defeated (3.41–71)
early July Caesar moves his forces inland (3.75.1); Pompey follows (3.75.3)
Aug. 9 Caesar defeats Pompey at Pharsalus (3.97.5); Pompey flees (3.96.3)
Aug.–Sept. Pompey goes to Asia Minor and Egypt with Caesar following (3.102–4)
late Sept.Pompey is murdered in Alexandria by agents of King Ptolemy (3.104.3)
Oct.–Dec.Caesar is in Alexandria, settling a dynastic dispute, under attack (3.106–12)
SIGLA
ωcommon source of μ and ν
μ common source of M and U
MFlorence, BML Plut. lat. 68.8 (s. X/XI and XII, lacks 1.1.1–1.33.3)
UVatican, BAV Vat. lat. 3324 (s. XI4 or XII1)
ν common source of S and π
SFlorence, BML Ashburnham 33 (s. X2–3)
πcommon source of T and V
TParis, BNF lat. 5764 (s. XI3–4)
VVienna, ÖN 95 (s. XII)
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GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

References to ancient authors and works cited in the Introduction and the notes follow the Oxford Classical Dictionary.

PRINT EDITIONS OF THE Civil War

Those listed here contribute emendations mentioned in the apparatus.

  • First edition, printed May 12, 1469: Bussi, G., ed. Rome: In domo Petri de Maximis [= Sweynheym and Pannartz].
  • Beroaldo: Beroaldus, P., ed. Commentarii Caesaris recogniti per Philippum Beroaldum. Bologna, 1504.
  • Aldus: Giocondo, G., ed. Venice, 1513.
  • Vascosan: Vascosanus, M., ed. Paris, 1543.
  • Estienne: Estienne, R., ed. Paris, 1544.
  • Manutius: Manutius, Aldus, ed. C. Iulii Caesaris commentarii ab Aldo Manutio Paulli filio Aldi nepote emendati et scholiis illustrati. Venice, 1597. (First ed., 1571.)
  • Hotoman: Hotoman, F., ed. C. Julii Caesaris commentarii . . . cum scholiis . . . Hotomani . . . Vrsini . . . Manutii. Lyon, 1574.
  • Lipsius: Lipsius, J., ed. C. Iulii Caesaris commentarii . . . eiusdem . . . fragmenta. Antwerp, 1586.
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