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  1. F. H. M. & Ioannes Gennadius (1929). Ὁ Μοροσίνης ἐν Πελοποννήσῳ καὶ ἐν ἈθήναιςO Morosinhs en Peloponnhsw kai en Aqhnais. Journal of Hellenic Studies 49:297.
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    T. R. Glover (1899). Sulpicius Severus and Gennadius. The Classical Review 13 (04):211-.
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    A. M. Woodward & Shirley Howard Weber (1954). Voyages and Travels in the Near East Made During the XIX Century: Being Part of a Larger Catalogue of Works on Geography, Cartography, Voyages and Travels, in the Gennadius Library, Athens. Journal of Hellenic Studies 74:235.
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  4. Aristeides Papadakis (1972). Gennadius II and Mehmet the Conqueror. Byzantion 42:88-106.
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  5. George A. MacMillan (1932). M. Jean Gennadius. Journal of Hellenic Studies 52:297.
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  6. William Miller (1932). The 'Gennadeion': Dr. Gennadius' Monument at Athens. Journal of Hellenic Studies 52:297.
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  7. Lucy Allen Paton (1924). Selected Bindings From the Gennadius Library. Journal of Hellenic Studies 44:307.
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    Alan Ker (1950). Some Explanations and Emendations of Martial. Classical Quarterly 44 (1-2):12-.
    The text of Martial is fairly good, though not as good as many editors seem to think. We have three separate sources from which our manuscripts are derived, which are called by Lindsay in the O.C.T. AA, BA and O.1 All three sources seem to have suffered from editing, AA less than the others. In A.D. 401 one Torquatus Gennadius seems to have emended the text . We do not know whether all three sources were affected by this recension: (...)
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