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scho·li·um

 (skō′lē-əm)
n. pl. scho·li·ums or scho·li·a (-lē-ə)
1. An explanatory note or commentary, as on a Greek or Latin text.
2. A note amplifying a proof or course of reasoning, as in mathematics.

[New Latin, from Greek skholion, diminutive of skholē, lecture, school; see segh- in Indo-European roots.]
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Noun1.scholia - a marginal note written by a scholiast (a commentator on ancient or classical literature)
marginalia - notes written in the margin
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APPROXIMATION TO THE DISTINCTIONES SCHOLIA IN THE AELIUS DONATUS'S COMMENTUM TERENTI
There are similar observations in the scholia on Homer.
By recalling this Homeric speech, questions about narrative order and the reader's experience of pleasure are raised, the second of which is defined by scholia as characteristically Greek.
Both were titled Scholie, 2016, referring to scholia, scholarly comments found in the margins of a text.
46) The scholia on these passages in Aristophanes' Clouds, as well as on Archamians 614-8, where Coisyra's name also appears, call Coisyra and her son Megacles either slaves or runaway slaves, (47) something readers of oratory might recognize as a standard line of attack against political opponents, used frequently to help prove someone was not a citizen.
Scholia to an Implicit Text by Nicolas Gomez-Davila Bilingual selected edition, translated by Roberto Pinzon (Bogota, Colombia: Villegas Editores S.
En la segunda congregacion general (1565) se aceptaron los Scholia de Nadal como ayuda para dirimir cuestiones legislativas, pero solamente a modo de orientacion, <<sin ninguna obligacion>> de cumplimiento.
An Ancient Commentary on the Book of Revelation: A Critical Edition of the Scholia in Apocalypsin.
A rivelare il carattere tomano di H 56 restano dunque solo gli scholia, riconosciuti come tomani da Sandro Allegrini (24), e l'argumentum ai Persae.
This is a collection of fourteen papers derived from a conference, organised by Mariken Teeuwen in 2008, that considered aspects of the scholia and glosses associated with the ninth-century transmission of Martianus Capella's De nuptiis.