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<!table of contents!> Contents Editor's Introduction Editor's Note to the Reader *** Preface to the First Edition Preface to the Second Edition Introduction 1 Emendatio ope Codicum from the Humanists to Bentley 2 The Need for a Systematic Recensio in the Eighteenth Century 3 The First Phase of Lachmann's Activity as a Textual Critic Addendum to Chapter 3 4 Lachmann as an Editor of the New Testament 5 Contributions of Lachmann's Contemporaries 6 Studies on the Text of Lucretius 7 What Really Belongs to Lachmann 8 Textual Criticism and Linguistics, and Their Crises at the End of the Nineteenth and in the Twentieth Century Appendix A. Lachmann's First Attempt at a Mechanical Recensio in 1817 Appendix B. Determining the Script of Lost Manuscripts Appendix C. Bipartite Stemmas and Disturbances of the Manuscript Tradition Bibliography Additional Materials A. [Final Remarks on Bipartite Stemmas] Additional Materials B. Editor's Notes: Differences among the Various Editions Additional Materials C. Recent Bibliography Index of Names Index of Topics
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Lachmann, Karl, 1793-1851.