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Table of Contents Page Author's Preface i Commendatory Foreword by Dimitri Gutas v Acknowledgements xi Part I Terminology, sources, contexts, principles I.1 Terminology 1 I.2 Sources 9 I.2.a Description of Manuscripts P and D 11 I.2.b Description of Important Related Manuscripts 18 I.2.c Minor Related Manuscripts 19 I.2.d Important Manuscripts Related to Sources of CP 21 I.2.e Annotated Lists of Sources I-II 22 I.2.f Concluding Words on Sources 46 I.3 The Corpus Parisinum in Context 49 I.3.a The Greek Gnomological Tradition from the Perspective of CP 50 I.3.b The Scholarly Discovery of the Corpus Parisinum 60 I.4 Relationships 71 I.4.a Relationship between Manuscripts P and D 71 I.4.b Relationship between CP and Manuscripts S and V 72 I.4.c Relationship to Sacra Parallela 76 I.4.d Relationship between CP and Pseudo-Maximus 76 I.4.e Structure of CP 1 79 I.4.f Structure of CP 3 and Relationship between CP and Stobaeus 80 I.4.g Relationship between CP and DIE 83 I.4.h Relationship between CP and the GV-Tradition 84 I.4.i Additional Remarks 85 I.5 Principles of the Edition 87 I.5.a Difficulties pertaining to editing Anthologies and Gnomologies 87 I.5.b The Particular Case of CP 90 I.5.c Editorial Aims and Principles 93 I.5.d The Constitution of the Text 95 I.5.e The Mise-en-page of the Edition 97 I.5.f Spelling Matters 99 I.5.g Emendations 100 I.5.h Conventions 100 I.5.i Points relevant to reporting certain Individual Sources 103 I.5.j Points relevant to the Separate Divisions of CP 105 I.6 Conclusions and Recommendations 107 Part II: The Text Signa et Abbreviationes 115 CP 1 Florilegium Christianum 117 CP 2 Oracula 207 CP 3 Florilegium Profanum 213 CP 4 Excerpta e Stobaeo 299 CP 5 Democriti Isocratis Epicteti 333 CP 4B Series Secunda e Stobaeo 351 CP 6 Gnomologium Alphabeticum 355 CP 7 Menandri Sententiae 391 Part III: Notes and Translation Introduction to Notes and Translation 417 CP 1 Christian Florilegium 421 CP 2 Oracles 543 CP 3 Profane Florilegium 555 CP 4 Excerpts from Stobaeus 689 CP 5 Democritus Isocrates Epictetus 743 CP 4 B Second Series from Stobaeus 765 CP 6 Alphabetic Gnomology 769 CP 7 Monostichs of Menander 821 Appendices, Bibliography, Indices Appendix I - Table in Elter's GnHom 857 Appendix II - S, V and CP 858 Appendix III - Minor Collections related to CP 861 Appendix IV - Comparison of Max and CP 863 Appendix V - SacrPar, S, V and CP 1 887 Appendix VI - Basil Table 891 Appendix VII - List of Minor Orthographical Deviations 893 Bibliography 899 Index Locorum 927 Select Index of Personal Names 951 Select Index of Greek Words 955 Synopsis of Corpus Parisinum with Reference to Excerpta Parisina 989 Illustrations Diagram 1 - Illustrating CP in the gnomological tradition 59 Diagram 2 - The CP-compiler's confusing method 67 Diagram 3 - Illustrating relationship between CP and S and V 75 Plate: Cod. Par. Gr. 1168 ff. 115v-116r
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Aphorisms and apothegms -- Early works to 1800.