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Manuscript Readings in the Homeric Hymn to Demeter 389-479

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1. Baumeister A. Hymni Homerici 1860 Leipzig
2. Buecheler F. Hymnus Cereris Homericus 1869 Leipzig
3. Gelzer T."Zum Codex Mosquensis und zur Sammlung der Homerischen Hymnen" Hyperboreus 1994Vol 1 113 136
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