a1 University of Sheffield
The purpose of this article is to set down the results of a careful examination of certain readings contained in Books 21–25 of the Codex Agennensis of Livy (Mus. Brit. Harl. 2493), to consider the significance of these readings in the textual tradition of Livy 21–25, and to discuss briefly a point raised by Professor G. Billanovich in his recent article on the Agennensis.
1 For the facilities granted me for the study of this codex I must express my thanks to the Department of Manuscripts of the British Museum, and also to the Sheffield University Research Fund for their generous assistance.