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  • Korn ejects such obviously correct readings as _leuastis_ at vi 44 and _laxate_ at ix 73; in each instance the true reading is printed in large type at the bottom of the page.

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  • For _laxate rudentes_ 'let out the sails' Heinsius cited _Aen_ III

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  • At ix 73 he rightly prints _laxate_; the apparatus gives no indication that this is a conjecture, and that all manuscripts, including _B_ and _C_, read _iactate_, which he had printed in 1894.

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  • The supreme example of this is his restoration of the manuscripts 'reading _iactate_ for _laxate_ at ix 73.

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  • _iuuerit_ aura,/obruta de mediis cumba resurget aquis ', ix 73' et si quae _dabit_ aura sinum, laxate rudentes ', and _Tr_ IV v 19-20' utque facis, remis ad opem luctare ferendam,/_dum ueniat_ placido mollior aura deo ',

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  • _laxate_; many of Heinsius 'preferred readings are similarly consigned to oblivion.

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  • _distet_ for _distat_, at ix 73 _laxate_ for _iactate_, at xii 13

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  • 1 6 Laxate igimr, laxate jam rete ad pifcandum Gentes, ó vos teftes mei j ad pifcani - ram hanc ordinati! ut fanetis xgros, caxos, claudos.

    Lux in tenebris, hoc est prophetiæ donum quô Deus Ecclesiam Evangelicam, in regno Bohemiæ ...

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