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1 In the large Teubner edition by Ritschl's three pupils, Loewe (now dead), Goetz, and Schoell, the last volume of which appeared in 1894. Some additions and corrections will be found in the critical apparatus of the small Teubner text by Goetz and Schoell (Leipzig 1893-6).
2 The text which modern criticism seeks to discover is that of the first edition or, as an ancient edition is generally called, “recension” of Plautus, which is variously referred to the time of Varro by Ritschl, and to the age of Hadrian by Leo (Plautinische Forschungen chap. i).
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