Alciphron, Letters 1. Letters of Fishermen

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Glycera Menandri Amoribus,” Mnemosyne 54 (1926), 258–262. W. Schmid, “Alkiphron,” RE i. 1548–1549; “Bericht über die Litteratur aus den Jahren 1894–1900 zur zweiten Sophistik,” JAW 108 (1901), 257–259; “Bericht über die Literatur aus den Jahren 1901–1904 zur zweiten Sophistik,” JAW 129 (1906), 253–256. C. T. Sondag, De Nominibus apud Alciphronem Propriis, Diss. Bonn, 1905. J. Stanger, “Zu Alciphron,” BBG (1868), 1–5; “Zu Alciphron,” ZŒG 21 (1870), 702–705. I. Sykutris, “Epistolographie,” RE Supplementband v. 185–220. D. A. Tsirimbas, Sprichwörter und sprichwörtliche Redensarten bei den Epistolographen der zweiten Sophistik Alkiphron—Cl. Aelianus, Diss. Munich, 1936; “Beobachtungen zur Sprache Alkiphrons,” Ph 92 (1937), 470–472. J. Vahlen, “Über zwei Briefe des Alciphron,” SPAW 1908, 990–1012. W. Volkmann, Studia Alciphronea I. De Alciphrone Comoediae Imitatore, Diss. Breslau, 1886. A. Westermann, De Epistolarum Scriptoribus Graecis Commentationis Pars Prima [—Octava], Programmes Leipsic, 1851–1855. U. von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, “Lesefrüchte,” H 44 (1909), 466–473.

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Alciphron

Sigla Manuscripts

Independent or of Uncertain Position in the Stemma

  • B = Vindobonensis phil. 342 (12th–13th cent.)
  • Neap.b = Neapolitanus III. AA. 14 (14th–15th cent), ff. 219v sqq.
  • N = Parisinus suppl. grec 352 (13th cent.)
  • Φ = Parisinus 3054 (latter part of 15th cent.)
  • Ξ = Parisinus 2839 (end of 15th cent.)
X special character Harl. Ven. Neap.^a = Harleianus 5566 (14th cent.) = Marcianus VIII. 2 (14th-15th cent.) = Neapolitanus III. AA. 14 (14th–15th cent.), ff 129v sqq. Family 2 X ^1 special character Γ Vat. 1 = Parisinus 1696 (14th cent.) = Vaticanus 140 (14th cent.) Family 3 X^2 special character Vat.2 Flor. II Δ = Vaticanus 1461 (14th–15th) cent.) = Laurentianus 59.5 (probably 15th cent.) = Parisinus 3021 (15th cent.) = Parisinus 3050 (15th cent.)
Editions and Conjectures
  • Ald. = Musurus (Ἐπιστολαὶ διαφόρων φιλοσόφων· ῥητόρων. σοφιστῶν, κτλ., Venice [apud Aldum] 1499).
  • Vind. = A manuscript edition of the old Book i (= Schepers i, 1–10, 14–22, iii. 37–40, ii. 3–7, iv. 2–11, 14–15) in Vindobonensis phil. 318 (16th cent), ff. 56r–71r.
  • Eichstädt gloss = Non-Reiskean conjecture found in a copy of Bergler’s Alciphron once the property of H. K. A. Eichstädt of Jena; see Wagner’s Alciphron, vol. i, pp. xi–xii; Schepers 1905, p. xxv.
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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.alciphron-letters_book_i_letters_fishermen.1949