Qui numerat multitudinem stellarum & omnibus &cetera .
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Qui numerat multitudines stellarum & omnibus eis nomina & cetera
Qui numerat multiudinem stellarumO.20.254: OR alone lack et omnibus eis after stellarum. & ceteraO.20.255: This line is written in the right margin. It is divided after numerat and a red parasign precedes the second line of text, which appears above the first.
Quis numerat multitudinem stellarum .R.20.229: R's Quis is unique; all other B and C manuscripts read Qui. R's
complete omission of much of this Latin citation is unique among the B
witnesses; O shares R's gap for the initial part of the omission, a phrase that beta renders
as & omnibus eis (cf. F's & omnia
eis). The most interesting feature of the attestational array for the B manuscripts here is that the C-version's citation
of this text agrees completely in its shape with that of R.
Qvi numerat multitudinem stellarum & omniaF.16.255: F's omnia is unique. Bx has omnibus. eis.F.16.255: Alpha is responsible for the omission of nomina vocat after eis.