12 P. 68, D, [cap. 30.]

13 The mss. are corrupt here. They seem to read, and one actually does read, "all" for "many." "Many" is in Plato, and the clause in brackets is taken from Plato to fill up the sense.

14 kaka in Euripedes, kala in text.

15 [See Warburton's Divine Legation (book ii. § 4), vol. ii. p. 20. Ed. London, 1811.]