scholia

NOUN
  1. a marginal note written by a scholiast (a commentator on ancient or classical literature)
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How To Use scholia In A Sentence

  • In Ta ellinika scholia sti Thessaloniki kata tin Tourkokratia, Actes du Colloque Salonika: Female Education at the end of the Nineteenth Century.
  • You should see what they can do with mixed disciplines -- scholia like histochemistry, immunodynamics, biophysics, terataxonomy, osmotic genetics, electrolimnology, and half a hundred more. A Case Of Conscience
  • They fall into two categories: the first, a group of ten plays which have been transmitted to us in our medieval manuscripts complete with the accumulation of ancient notes and comments that we call scholia.
  • An example is Arethas™ scholia on the Isagoge, which draws on many earlier commentaries, some of which are now lost. Byzantine Philosophy
  • 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. Byzantine Philosophy
  • The most basic type of commentary is (a) simply a collection of scholia or notes, usually transmitted in the margin of the Aristotelian text. Byzantine Philosophy
  • The identification is doubtful, but the scholiast (ancient commentator) knew Varus' origin.
  • Such works have always been explicated through commentary, and this one too is designed for commentary, like the German Baroque dramas to which the learned Silesians appended their scholia.
  • Such works have always been explicated through commentary, and this one too is designed for commentary, like the German Baroque dramas to which the learned Silesians appended their scholia.
  • Apart from these works, we possess scholia from Olympiodorus 'commentary on Aristotle's de Interpretatione in the Codex Vaticanus Urbinas Graecus 35. Olympiodorus
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