Excerpt from The Medea of Euripides
d104 of Euripides published in 1855, and Rudolf Prinz (medea, Lips. 1878) whose critical notes, containing the results of fresh collations, in many cases supplement or modify the information derived from Kirchhofi. I have followed Prinz's method of designating the mss. Tradition. For the assignment of emendations to their original author, which in the case of those relating to the text of Euripides is not always easy, Prinz and Wecklein I. Pp. 133 - 158) have been accepted as authorities - duelarem.
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