There must, says Cornelius (aped Euseb., H.E.
Brydall, Jus Imaginis aped Anglos, or the Law of England relating to the Nobility and Gentry (London, 1675), p. 20.
Scaliger called him "a povertystricken talent, slow in operation; his work is very commonplace; he aped his father."
The aim of the artist-scribe was to arrange his variously aped characters into square groups, and this could be done in great measure by taking advantage of the different ways in which many words could be spelt.
Wassner, De heroum aped Graecos cultu (Kiel, 1883); article by F.