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Provinces Of The Eastern Roman Empire Listed In TD

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The list of Roman provinces that Constantine the Great places under King Trdats command can give hints as to the relationship between mss, as well as the quality of the text of some mss. The author of TD had access to a source which listed Eastern Roman Provinces. The comparative lists allow the conclusion that the ancestor of the B family must have had the enumeration of provinces as preserved in the majority of B family mss. In order to better compare the versions of the families and clearly demonstrate the intermediate position of the C group (based on ms C1) the table presents the best list from each family side by side. The list of Eastern Roman provinces as could be found in the hypothetical archetypus is presented in the last columns in the table.

Keywords: eastern Roman empire; TD



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