Harnack, Adolf. “Text and Indices” Lehre der Zwölf Apostel. Leipzig, J.C. Hinrichs, 1884, 3-70.
Harnack’s edition of the Didache opens with a typeset version of the Greek, in parallel columns with a German translation (Harnack 1884, 3-64). Copious footnotes give citations for biblical and patristic references. For my purposes, the footnotes are invaluable, since they provide a starting point for my search for biblical allusions or, for that matter, the possible points where the biblical text may be making allusions to the Didache. We also note that Harnack has, at a few points, suggested corrections to the Greek text as published by Bryennios. The apparatus will bear significant review in the near future as I work on my project.
The text, translation, and apparatus are followed by a list of specific biblical citations (Harnack 1884, 65) and a number of indices to other literature (Harnack 1884, 66-70). At that point, in a relatively confusing move on the part of the publishers, pagination begins again with a prolegomena section which we will address later.