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Page 18 - Ionic chiton with pseudo-sleeves on a sculptured column-base from the temple of Artemis at Ephesus, now in the British Museum...
Page 47 - The third character in ^Eschylus' extant plays who was mentally disordered is lo in the Prometheus. In her case, the madness is accounted for by the ghost of "Harrison, Jane Ellen, Prolegomena to the Study of the Greek Religion; Cambridge, University Press, 1903 (xxll and 680 pp.).