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By N. G. Wilson

This new version of Aristophanes is meant to exchange the former Oxford Classical textual content released in 1900-1. in view that that date it's been attainable to build a better photograph of the transmission of the textual content from antiquity to the age of printing and to acquire trustworthy reviews of different major manuscripts. whereas the various new info has been taken into consideration for fresh commentaries on person performs, there isn't any simply on hand entire edition.
Though the textual content of the performs is healthier preserved than that of Greek tragedy, the editor has suggestion it fascinating to list or undertake a good variety of conjectures, a few of them little identified or unjustly skipped over; in a couple of passages he has ventured to provide feedback of his own.

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