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Page 99: if[original has is] he a governor, it is his function
Page 139: some more full-blooded and less critical element[original has critica lelement]
Page 166: ('holy' and '[opening quote missing in original]sacred', or perhaps more exactly 'lawful' and 'tabu')
Page 184: proceeds straight to the traditional[original has traditiona]
Page 227: Antigonus Gonatas[original has Gonatus], [152:1]
Page 228: Chaldaeans[original has Chaldeans], 144, 151
Page 230: Kronos, 45[original has [43:2]]
Page 231: Mommsen, August, [14:1], [17:1],[comma missing in original] [18:1]
Page 232: Pausanias, [27:3], [54:2], passim[original has extraneous period]
Page 233: Plutarch, [27:3], [32:1], [34:2], [54:2], passim[original has extraneous period]
Page 234: Urdummheit,[comma missing in original] 2, 44, 72
Footnote [16:2] A. B. Cook, J. H. S. xiv,[comma missing in original] pp. 153-4
Footnote [28:1] [smooth breathing mark missing in original] are common
Footnote [33:2] Rom. vi.[period missing in original] generally, 3-11
Footnote [53:1] [original has ] is of course simply 'Athenian'
Footnote [53:1] [original has capital digamma—source document has small digamma];—
Footnote [90:1] see Life in Diog.[original has Diorg.] Laert.
Footnote [95:1] Diog.[original has Diorg.] Laert. vi. 96 ff.
Footnote [113:3] [original has ]
Footnote [152:2] Ferguson's Hellenistic Athens, e. g.[period missing in original] p. 108 f.
Footnote [164:3] Gal. iv.[period missing in original] 9
Footnote [197:1] Mullach, Fragmenta Philosophorum, iii.[period missing in original] 7