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The variants of all available witnesses are included in the apparatus: PL, P1, F, V, N1, P2, E, SN1, GC, SN2, and P3. Group B manuscripts offer a notably different version than Group A manuscripts. The Neapolitan idiom employed in the base manuscript is rather easily understood by a reader of modern Italian. The thornies tissue in editing the Cronaca is deciding upon the appropriate extent of the apparatus. Because there was no standard spelling or grammar for Neapolitan in these centuries, each copyist employed his own conventions; indeed, as noted above, different spellings of the same word are frequently found in a single copy.

Keywords:Cronaca di Partenope; Naples



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