Felipe G. Hernández Muñoz Universidad Complutense de Madrid

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Observations on the Text and the Lexicon on the Letters Attributed to Demosthenes
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The aim of this study is to examine several aspects of the constitutio textus and the lexicon of the Letters attributed to Demosthenes, which have already been studied in previous works, and which we will now bring up to date. The following topics on the text and the lexicon of the Letters attributed to Demosthenes will be under examination. First, the text of William Rennie’s edition will be compared to that of Robert Clavaud and other later editions; second, the value of the recentiores in the edition of the Letters: the manuscripts Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional de España, MS 4637 (T, c.1480) and San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Biblioteca del Monasterio de El Escorial, MS R I 20 (E, s. XIV). Then, the differences and similarities between Aldine edition and the ‘Wecheliana’ will be analysed, and finally, the lexicon of the Letters attributed to Demosthenes and its relation to the rest of the Corpus Demosthenicum.

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