HVSBHigh Voltage Switchboard
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As already intimated, we should add the fragments in Z to this family: they are of little textual importance in themselves, but if their tenth-century date is correct, they provide evidence for the relatively early existence of this family, since they pre-date the four complete (or nearly complete) manuscripts HVSB.
2], may conceivably cast light on the history of the y family, since they provide early evidence for readings later to be found in HVSB.
1]HVSB; 43 futura:futura sit GHVSB; 51 secuta: consecuta HVSB, consecutata G; 82 pro altero: ab altero [G.
20) The variants of HVSB are too numerous to list in full; again many of them are alterations of word order.