Supposed portrait from A. Perreau's 1830 Edition

A. Persi Flacci Satvrae
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Michael Hendry 2014

This is the front page for my on-line edition of Persius, with accompanying Public On-line Textual-Interpretative Seminar (not a MOOC but a POTIS). Links to the text are in the first column, to the latest version of the adversaria in the second (ordered as in the text, but sortable other ways), to the blog posts discussing them in the third (ordered by date, last to first). PDFs of the individual notes are linked from the notes in the 2nd column. When complete, the fourth column will include the usual subsidia for a critical edition: lists of manuscripts and of editions consulted, and a select bibliography. Also, below them, links to blog-posts outlining my reasons for publishing my work this way, reasons for starting with Persius, and comment policy (don't like my policy? comment on it!). Eventually, there will be an introduction to the QLTP text-formatting software.

Comments and suggestions for improvement may be e-mailed to, or (better) left in the comments of the appropiate blog-post.

March 10, 2014

Text Notes Discussion Needful Things
Prologus (Choliambi) Notes P Blog P Manuscripts
Satura 1 Notes 1 Blog 1 Editions Consulted
Satura 2 Notes 2 Blog 2 Bibliography
Satura 3 Notes 3 Blog 3
Satura 4 Notes 4 Blog 4 Why a POTIS?
Satura 5 Notes 5 Blog 5 Why Persius?
Satura 6 Notes 6 Blog 6 Comment Policy
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