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The Apparatus Criticus

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This chapter discusses the apparatus criticus. The task of producing an electronic edition has led inevitably to changes in the way that we have presented the data. The Collate program lists deficiencies along with variations, and there are advantages in preserving this rather than in separating them. It avoids any reduplication of evidence, and places the information about a particular reading closer together. There is no entry for two verses, 8.30 and 14.18. This is because there are no variants in either of these verses in any of our witnesses.

Keywords: apparatus criticus; Collate program; electronic edition



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