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P Rome, Vatican Pal. graec. 179.
n Paris, Bibl. Nat. Suppl. graec. 1095.
Q Milan, Ambros. S 31 sup.
R 1 Florence, Bibl. Riccard. 53 K ii 13.
R 2 " " " 52 K ii 14.
S Rome, Vatican, Vaticani graec. 1880.
T Madrid, Public Library 24.
V Venice, Marc. 456.
The same scholar has traced all the MSS. back to a common parent from which three main families are derived (M had a separate descent and is not included in any family): —
x1 = ET.
x2 = Ln (and more remotely) AtDSHJK.
y = ELnT (marginal readings).
p = ABCTGL2L3NOPQR1R2V Mon.
Editions of the Homeric Hymns, &c.
Demetrius Chalcondyles, Florence, 1488 (with the Epigrams and the battle of the Frogs and Mice in the ed. pr. of Homer).
Aldine Edition, Venice, 1504.
Juntine Edition, 1537.
Stephanus, Paris, 1566 and 1588.
More modern editions or critical works of value are: —
Martin (Variarum Lectionum libb. iv), Paris, 1605.
Barnes, Cambridge, 1711.
Ruhnken, Leyden, 17S2 (Epist. Crit. and Hymn to Demeter).
Ilgen, Halle, 1796 (with Epigrams and the Battle of Frogs and Mice).
Matthiae, Leipzig, 1806 (with the Battle of Frogs and Mice).
Hermann, Berlin, 1806 (with Epigrams).
Franke, Leipzig, 1828 (with Epigrams and the Battle of the Frogs and Mice).
Dindorff (Didot edition), Paris, 1837.
Baumeister (Battle of the Frogs and Mice), Göttingen, 1852.
" (Hymns), Leipzig. 1860.
Gemoll, Leipzig, 1886.
Goodwin, Oxford, 1893.
Ludwich (Battle of the Frogs and Mice), 1896.
Allen and Sikes, London, 1904.
Allen (Homeri Opera v), Oxford, 1912.