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- n. Plural form of scholium.
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- n.pl. See scholium.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Latin plural of scholium.
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- n. a marginal note written by a scholiast (a commentator on ancient or classical literature)
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His exegetical works contain explanations of difficult passages of Holy Scripture, and include a Commentary on the Lord's Prayer and on Psalm 59, various "scholia" or "marginalia" (commentaries written in the margin of manuscripts), on treatises of the Hieromartyr Dionysius the Areopagite (October 3) and St Gregory the Theologian (January 25).
In Ta ellinika scholia sti Thessaloniki kata tin Tourkokratia, Actes du Colloque
The individual scholia of such a collection may be the work of an indeterminate number of scholars.
It is Arethas™ commentary in the sense that he copied, and possibly collected and edited, the scholia in his Aristotle manuscript; in terms of authorship, however, it is a product of mass collaboration.
The best examples in the period after c. 730 of collections of scholia with introductions are probably the commentaries on Porphyry's and Aristotle™s logical works by Leo Magentenos (late 12th or early to mid-13th century).
The most basic type of commentary is (a) simply a collection of scholia or notes, usually transmitted in the margin of the Aristotelian text.
An example is Arethas™ scholia on the Isagoge, which draws on many earlier commentaries, some of which are now lost.
Rome in 1578, in folio, with scholia and commentaries by Francois
Apart from these works, we possess scholia from Olympiodorus 'commentary on Aristotle's de Interpretatione in the Codex Vaticanus Urbinas Graecus 35.
Cicero later ended up defending this same Vatinius in a speech which has not survived but some of the contents of which we know from the ancient scholia on the speech against Vatinius.