VLI conventions

VETUS LATINA IOHANNES - CONVENTIONS

THE FOLLOWING CONVENTIONS APPLY TO ALL VIEWS:
Readable text is presented in black: normal text
Rubricated text is presented in red: rubricated text
Dubious characters are presented in dark grey: dubious characters
Reconstructed text, where supplied, is presented in italic and light grey: reconstructed text
Text reconstructed by a particular editor is sometimes presented in a different format (see manuscript description for details): e.g. text reconstructed by Amelli
[conjecture by Gasquet]
Where the text cannot be indicated with any degree of certainty, the approximate number of missing characters is indicated: 18-20
Chapter numbers and titles are printed in purple: ii
Ammonian sections (where recorded) are printed in green: cxuii
Abbreviations for 'est' (÷), 'enim' (⧺), 'autem' (ƕ), 'eius' (ə) and 'et' (& or ₇) are included in some manuscripts. Digraphs (where two letters are written as a single character) are indicated by a slur over the two characters.
 
dixerun͡t
PAGE VIEW ALSO INCLUDES:
Running titles, indented lines, variations in size of capital letter, justified and right-justified text, decorations (including obeloi and hederae).
 
❧ † › ÷
NOTES:
Where a footnote is present in the transcription, it is indicated by Note. Click on this, and the note will appear in a separate window.
 
CORRECTIONS:
In the case of corrections, the first hand reading is presented in the text in blue. Click on this, and details of the correction will appear in a new window. OM indicates text omitted by the first hand and supplied by a later corrector.
In the synopsis view, corrections in the lineated transcription appear as follows: {first hand/correction}