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Conspectus siglorum

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This section presents a list of abbreviations used in the book 'Anonymus Aurelianensis III' in Aristotelis Analytica priora. Anonymus Aurelianensis III (AA III) is a literal commentary. The commentator's expositions of the Aristotelian text range from single words to discursions of considerable length. Several alternative interpretations of the same lemma are often suggested. The Aristotelian lemmata are indicated by the conventional underlining of the quoted translation. The text of the Analytica priora used by the commentator is Boethius' translation. Furthermore, the underlining indicating the commentator's quotation of a lemma is often erroneously added or omitted in the manuscript.

Keywords: Analytica priora; Anonymus Aurelianensis III (AA III); Aristotelian lemmata; Boethius' translation



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