Two Proper Names in the text of Diodorus, Book 15

Classical Quarterly 29 (02):347- (1979)
Both patently incorrect readings and long-established emendations have a habit of retaining their places in texts of ancient authors with few or no questions asked. This paper considers two examples of this phenomenon in Book 15 of Diodorus' Bibliotheke
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