The Classical Quarterly (New Series)

Research Article

Two Proper Names in the text of Diodorus, Book 15

Christopher Tuplina1

a1 University of Liverpool

Both patently incorrect readings and long-established emendations have a habit of retaining their places in texts of ancient authors with few or no questions asked. This paper considers two examples of this phenomenon (one of each type) in Book 15 of Diodorus' Bibliotheke.