229 propr. XIX, 38 [Kühn] and Harig, op. cit. 45 with n. 20). Therefore Galen may well have referred to Asclepiades' corpuscles as 'atoms' in De exp. med. (as does Caelius Aurelianus in De morb. acut. I, 105, cf. Vallance, 24-25). On the other hand, the clause 'these are parts which cannot be divided further' is most likely a gloss, more probably of a scribe than of Hunain; cf. the note at De exper. med. XXX, 7 (Walzer, op. cit. 152), in which the name Asclepiades mistakenly appears for Asclepius, most probably by scribal error (cf. Walzer's note ad loc., 164). MISCELLANEA A NOTE ON OVID, ARS AMA TORIA 1.553* Horruit, ut steriles, agitat quas ventus, aristae, ut levis in madida canna palude tremit. 553 steriles codd. : teretes dub. Heinsius : graciles Goold : fragiles Hollis * aristae m def. Heinsius Goold Hollis : -as R YAS prob. Ehwald Bornecque Kenney Lenz : -us 0 * This is the text of the still extremely useful edition of N. Heinsius'), which we shall use for the following observations. First, the nominative aristae2), instead of the accusative aristas, is sup- ported by Ep. XIV 39: ut leni Zephyro graciles
Mnemosyne – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1994
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