Phaedri Augusti Liberti Fabulae Aesopiae

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Aesop
Müeller, Lucian
Phaedrus
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1881
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This book seems to reproduce the one which I have listed under 1876, right down to the page count. I will repeat my comments from there. This is one of the many printings under Number 620 in Carnes' Phaedrus bibliography. Here is Carnes' description: One of the most successful editions of Phaedrus, a school edition, by Müller (1836-1898), with a short introduction ‘De Phaedri vita et scriptis’ in three parts: an introduction to Phaedrus, recognition of his debt to the Dressler edition, together with an overview of Phaedrus’ metrics. The third part deals with textual questions and emendations, especially where they differ from Dressler. Grammatical notes and glosses, a much reduced text as compared to Müller’s critical edition (Müller 1877). I emphasize that there are no comments or elucidations after or beneath the text. It is indeed much reduced when compared with his important Teubner text of 1877. xiv + 66 pages.
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