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Scholia in Armenian Manuscripts

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This appendix discusses scholia in Armenian Manuscripts that occur in the book David the Invincible. Some manuscripts contain scholia (with minor different readings mainly of orthographic character); their relations to certain words or expressions of the text are marked by various pictorial signs, and this makes almost no confusion possible. The list contains indications of lecture and paragraph numbers followed by words or passages discussed, and, after the dash, the number(s) of manuscript(s) followed by the texts of the scholia. No special indication means that the scholia are in margins. The abbreviation introducing many scholia means "interpretation".

Keywords: David the Invincible; expressions; lecture numbers; pictorial signs; scholia; words



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