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Corresponding Scholia are also found in the fragments of Aarau. As an instance of the way in which the lemmata prove a reading we may take viii. 155, to which there is a scholion, “robumque, i.e. robustum: rufum: unde Hercules robus dictus est”; while an example of a reading being suggested by the interpretation of the scholiast is furnished in the same Satire, line 157, where the scholion on the word Eponam is “quia mulio est qui consul fertur; Epona dea mulionum est.” Other examples might easily be collected from the apparatus criticus. The Scholia which Valla published in his edition, though somewhat fuller, have a general resemblance to those in P. Valla himself attributes them to Probus, not of course the Valerius Probus of Berytus, since he flourished in Nero's reign. It does not, however, seem possible to fix their authorship. Valla's Scholia only go as far as Sat. viii. 197.
In the apparatus criticus readings in any way suggested or confirmed by the Scholia, whether in P. or the Codex Sangallensis, are symbolised by S. It only remains to notice two interesting fragments of a palimpsest MS. belonging to the interpolated class, but probably going back as far as the fifth or sixth century; these are the so-called Fragmenta Bobiensia (from the Irish monastery of Bobio in N. Italy), now in the Vatican, written in uncials, and containing only Sat. xiv. 323
Editio Princeps, published at Rome in 1470.
G. Valla's edition, published in Venice, 1486, from a MS. akin to P., now lost, and containing the so-called Probus-commentary up to Sat. viii. 197.
First Aldine Edition, Venice 1501.
Edition of Pithoeus, published at Paris in 1585 from P.
Ruperti's edition, published at Leipzig in 1801, and containing a full list of the MSS. of Juvenal, as well as of previous editions.
C. F. Heinrich's edition, published at Bonn in 1839, containing the ancient Scholia.
Otto Jahn's edition, published at Berlin in 1851, and containing the Scholia and seven Lives ; the text, for the first time since the edition of Pithou, being based on a collation of P.
Professor Mayor's edition, published in 1878-80; and a second edition of vol. i. in 1886, containing a new Introduction.
A. Weidner's second edition, 1889.
Full information on the text can be gained from the Introduction to Jahn's edition of 1851; C. F. Hermann, De codicibus Iuvenalis recte existimandis, 1847 ; Introduction to Bücheler's recension of Jahn's text, 1886; R. Beer, Spicilegium Iuvenalianum, 1886; Introduction to Weidner's second edition ; Introduction to Mayor's second edition, vol. i.; H. Wirz in Hermes, vol. xv. pp. 437 foll. ; C. Stephan in the Rheinisches Museum, vol. xl. pp. 263 foll.
MOST IMPORTANT NEW READINGS ADOPTED
IN THIS EDITION
i. 67. signator, falso for signator falsi.
70. rubeta for rubetam. 74. aliquid for aliquis. 114. habitat for habitas. 150. Dices for Dicas.
156. pectore for gutture.
38. et cur non ? omnia, etc., for et cur non omnia ?
322. auditor for adiutor.
39. phiala for phialas.
116. spumat for fumat. vii. 16. gallica for Gallia.
99. perit for petit.
quem for qui.
rerum for regum.
NEW READINGS IN THIS EDITION
viii. 105. atque istinc for atque hinc.
148. sufflamine mulio consul for multo sufflamine consul.
239. monte for gente. X. 30. auctor for alter.
35. praetextae, trabeae for praetexta et trabeae.
parcam for partam.
313. mariti irati ; debet for mariti exigere iratist. xi. 6. ardet for ardens.
38. crumina for culina.
184. licebat for licebit.
104. fulva for furva. xiii. 18. proficit for proficis.
65. mirandis for miranti.
107. confirmat for confirmant. xiv. 11. puerum for puero.
45. pater for puer.
217. longae for longi. xv. 75. praestantibus omnibus instans for praestant instanti
bus Ombis. 104. urbibus for ventribus. 107. nec enim omnia quidam for nec enim omnia, quaedam.
134. causam dicentis for casum lugentis. xvi. 20. tamen cohors for cohors tamen.
SUMMARY OF SYMBOLS IN APPARATUS
P. Codex Pithoeanus. p. Second hand in P. F. Florilegium in Codex Sangallensis 870. A. Schedae Arovienses, for parts of Satires iii. and vii. only. B. Fragmenta Bobiensia, for parts of Satires xiv. and xv. w. Interpolated MSS. where all agree. s. Some of the interpolated MSS. where they differ.