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Montanari (1984, 1988b), Henrichs (1971–3), and Raffaelli (1984);4 further publications in Spooner (2002). The literature on the Homer scholia is enormous. Important studies include those of Erbse (1960), Van der Valk (1963–4), Martin Schmidt (1976), F. Montanari (1979), Henrichs (1971–3), and van Thiel (2000a), and general introductions include Nagy (1997), Gudeman (1921: 630–45), and the preface to Erbse (1969–88); Lamberton and Keaney (1992) offer a look at ancient readings of Homer as illustrated in the scholia and a variety of other sources.

Thus entries for the first book of the Iliad are preserved in both versions (though each version contains some entries that do not appear in the other), those for books 2 and 3 are preserved only in the alphabetical version, and those after Iliad 3 are lost altogether. Additional material that originally belonged to the Epimerismi can be found in the Etymologicum Gudianum, which can be used to reconstruct the archetype. The standard edition of the Epimerismi is that of Dyck (1983–95 =TLG), who gives in the first volume all the entries pertaining to the first book of the Iliad (regardless of which manuscript tradition they are found in) and in the second volume the alphabetical epimerismi (with the exception of those presented in the first volume); this work also provides a comprehensive discussion and further bibliography.

On book 21. It is especially interesting for the later history of Homer scholarship because it was owned by Manuel Moschopulus and by H. Stephanus (Henri Estienne). 2 EUSTATHIUS 23 West (2001: 130–6), Lundon (1999), F. Montanari (1984, 1988b), Henrichs (1971–3), and Raffaelli (1984);4 further publications in Spooner (2002). The literature on the Homer scholia is enormous. Important studies include those of Erbse (1960), Van der Valk (1963–4), Martin Schmidt (1976), F. Montanari (1979), Henrichs (1971–3), and van Thiel (2000a), and general introductions include Nagy (1997), Gudeman (1921: 630–45), and the preface to Erbse (1969–88); Lamberton and Keaney (1992) offer a look at ancient readings of Homer as illustrated in the scholia and a variety of other sources.

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