Festus on his own output (242.28–244.1 Lindsay)
Since the Farnesianus emerged in the 15th century, a passage where Festus sets himself against his predecessor Verrius Flaccus has been interpreted in four different ways. These are discussed and an emendation proposed that does not depend on any of them but has a consequence for what Festus published.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 1, 2019
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