Is this a bug? BDAG gives a nice list of abbreviations referring to Greek writers of antiquity in Section 5, p. xli (aka 41) of the introduction/preface. To the right are the dates for the writers/writings. Unfortunately, the dates do not line up with the lines that have the writing author / title. The dates are on a separate line, in a space either above or below the line that has the writing. My guess is that the date in the space underneath is the date, though i am not sure.
Is this a bug? Shouldn't the dates be on the same line (row) as the writing?
AcAnd = (Fragmenta) ex Actis Andreae: Aa II/1 38–45
AcAnd/Mat = Acta Andreae et Matthiae: Aa II/1 65–116
Achilles Tat. = Achilles Tatius, s. Erotici; ed. EVilborg 1955
As I view in my computer, the dates "uncertain," "uncertain," & "IV BC" are to the right, though this word processor moved them to the left when I pasted. But the dates are on a separate line.