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5, 86/87c 67 15 68 = EM 746, 17 69 Schol. 70 17; Paus. 6 71 cf. 19 (Paus. 8); Tim. lex. 2 73 20 57 H: Mus. | v. : gl. 6 58 incerta ci. : vel T α « (St. Byz. 607, 15; Artem. « « collegit, Su 4026) vel T (Schol. B 537) vel $ (locus ubi farcimina venduntur) 59 H: accent. Mus. | ] K | et Mus. 60 « H: Thes. 7, 1787 b ( « genit. testantur Choerob. in Theodos. 209, 25. E. Gud. 385, 19) 63 µ« H: Mus. | « Ap. S. (cf. EM) 64 « ci. Schm. 65 H: accent. Mus. 66 ] ¹ H: Salm. …" Hansen, coll. Ap. S. λ ξ | H: Jens.
De voce ante lemma e contextu fontis perperam addita cf. gl. ; fons adhuc non repertus est; Alb. recte gl. , sed eius - pro ζ- scriptum reiciendum est cum hoc verbum digamma non habeat 391 v. l. gl. ) 393 α . H: Ald. ) et Hansen (Ν ; Mus. habet Ν ) ); de iota adscripto in Hsch. cf. ad gl. 348 | cf. gl. 1765 394 α . ; cf. Aristophont. fr. –A. 396 κ… µ« … H: accent. Alb. , qui et interpunct. post « add. et cft. gl. 292 et ad > T Poll. ) cod. ; Kust. | « H: accent. Mus. | $ H: Mus. | ζ (a ζ , cf.