Thursday, April 21, 2005

App. Crit. glossary

Reader dave just recommended this quick and dirty glossary of abbreviations and signs used in classical texts. I haven't looked at it too closely but it should be helpful.

It's now been added to the Cheetsheet.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cool. Thanks.

Dave

eric said...

is this 'dave', as in 'demarco'? if so, hello!

if not, hello anyway, and welcome!

Anonymous said...

Yes, it be. I am taking a Textual Criticism class with RR right now. It is nice, in fact at the very moment I am taking a break from collating Par. Suppl. gr. 388; also known as A of Theognis.

Felix/Rex and Titus/Titan said...

Hey Magister Coke(Flaccus),
We found you.

Regards,
Your favorite students...

perdix said...

two very random glossaries that were nonetheless very helpful to me at one time or another during my latest round of latin prose composition . . .

glossary of common latin terms found in imprints of early printed books

glossarium philosophicum