Bryn Mawr Classical Review 1998.5.19
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1. The author's typographical pecularities, which put one more in mind of Dibdin than of Mayor, are said to be [quot ]gimmicks[quot ] to evoke Mayor's era (p. v, n. 2). I only note that the author misrepresents nineteenth-century typographical conventions.
2. One had hoped that the photograph, ill-reproduced in Aspects of Nineteenth-Century British Classical Scholarship, ed. H. D. Jocelyn, Liverpool 1996, p. 27, would be included here, with a caption identifying it as no earlier than 1893.