AG Allen and Greenough, New Latin Grammar, rpt. New Rochelle, 1983.
OLD Oxford Latin Dictionary, ed. P. G. W. Glare, Oxford 1982.
sc. scilicet (literally "no doubt"), i.e. "understand."
* indicates that the editor does not believe that the printed text is correct, but cannot provide a convincing alternative.
<> in the Latin text encloses words that are not in the ancient manuscripts but have been supplied by modern editors.
† indicates corruption in the text for which the editor can see no convincing solution
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