Excerpt from On Some Quantities in Phaedrus
Summing up, we see that in eight out of ten places in which Phaedrus may be presumed to have used the word before vowels, PR give nihil, in one ml, and in the remain ing one nee; while in seven out of eight places NV give nz'lzz'l, ... and in one nz'l (v). In all these places Mueller reads and, having regard to the facts that PR give m'lzz'l for nil in every case where a consonant follows, and that NV do the same in two cases out oi five, we cannot call him unreasonable. But inasmuch as we can scan with in at least every place but one, and since the assumption that an original 722722? Was left uncorrupted in' every pas'sage but two is prima facie tenable, for further direction we must look outside Phaedrus.
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