Among the discussions of the chronology of Boethius' works are Usener (1877), Rand (1901), Brandt (1903), McKinlay (1907), Kappelmacher (1929), and De Rijk (1964). There are critical examina-tions of the tradition of dating in De Rijk (1964), 1-4, and by Magee in Boethius (1998), xvii-xxiii [Book Review]

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