Iota subscript


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(Gr. Gram.) iota written beneath a preceding vowel, as a,, h,, w,, - done when iota is silent.

See also: Iota

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Other mistakes concerning accentuation, aspiration and the use of iota subscript occur on pages 60 (where Young has [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.]; instead of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.]), 74 ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] instead of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.]), 76 ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] instead of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] and [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] instead of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.]), 152 ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] instead of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.]), and 202 ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] instead of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.], though the 1605 edition has [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.]).
The volume is superbly published (and proofread, with perhaps the loss of one iota subscript).
(Jeffrey Rusten nicely exemplifies this problem in his paper included here by focussing on an omega with no less than three additional marks: iota subscript, breathing mark, and accent.)