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Ὁμήρου ἐπαινέταις. Dümmler and Stählin suppose that Plato has Antisthenes in his mind: but see on 598 D.

ἄξιος. Campbell was the first to point out that ἄξιος, and not ἄξιον, is the reading of Paris A. There is no MS authority of any kind for ἄξιον, and it is intrinsically much inferior.

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