Der Lateinische Äsop des Romulus und die Prosa-Fassungen des Phädrus: Kritischer Text mit Kommentar und einleitenden Untersuchungen
. Carl Winter's Universitätsbuchhandlung/Georg Olms Verlag . Heidelberg/Hildesheim
PA3852.R6 T5 1985 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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As I wrote of the original edition, this book has been one of my bibles twice during serious summer investigation of Steinhoewel's edition. This particular copy helped me in the summer of 2007 as I worked my way through the first three books or so of Steinhoewel's fables. It is indeed a critical text, with helpful variants and questions and suggestions about the lacunae that occur. The texts of the ninety-eight fables (plus Aesop's Statue) themselves occur on 8-306 after 238 pages of introduction. The most helpful overview of the book is thus the T of C on CCXXIX-CCXXXVI. There are helpful vocabulary and other indices at the back. My earlier copy disintegrated from a combination of old age and use. I felt lucky to find that Georg Olms Verlag brought out this reproduction in 1985.