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Thanks for your advice to ignore faulty scripture references "for now." Thanks even more for adding this problem to the issue tracker: it occurs in far more than a handful of situations.
For a start, whoever tracks this issue may want to begin with the following page, which contains three faulty tags.
Pliny (107): Ep. x. 96 sq. (the letter to Trajan).
Tertullian (about 200): . . . Adv. Jud. 7, 12, 13.
RUFINUS: Hist. Eccles. ix. 6.
There are many other examples in the same book, which uses many abbreviations, including Ep[istle], Jud[aeos], Eccles[iastica], Eccl[esiae], Rom[e], Par[is], Phil[ip], and the ubiquitous col[umn] -- open invitations to faulty scripture references.
I will delete no more such references but, wishing the issue tracker all success, just avoid "mousing over" anything I recognize to be a pointless pointer.