In a critical note by Lobel-Page, I read:
κάλαις ὔμμιν cod. A, quo retento τὸ νόημ[μα] ci. Bekker. quod quamvis cum grammatici verbis aptius congruere videatur, tamen ob ν ἐφελκυστικόν positionem effecturum recipere noluimus
Questions about this:
- What does "ci." stand for?
- Does the period after "Bekker.", given the absence of a following capital, mean the name is not Bekker but Bekker+something else hidden in the period? And if so, why does Campbell not have the period? And if not, what is the point of the period? Was a capitalization forgotten?
- Does "cod. A" mean that there is another codex or more going like cod. B and so on?
- Why is the "nu ephelkystikon positionem effecturum" an objection to the Bekker emendation?