Traditional typographic representation
- Panciera, p.17:
- clarissima (scil. femina) Iulia
- clarissima <supplied reason="subaudible" cert="high">femina</supplied> Iulia
EpiDoc appearance with standard XSLT
- clarissima (scil.femina) Iulia
- The distinction here from a correction may vary from editor to editor
Questions and issues
- GB (2006-03-14): in my experience, the use of (scil.) or (sc.) is less common than simple (femina); this is of course down to rendering conventions, but we might want to mention this in the guidelines?
- GB (2006-07-16): more to the point, though, this kind of supplement is more common in translations than in the Greek/Latin. Is that relevant?
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