Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Volume 2

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Appended to vols. 1-5 are statements concerning the school, regulations of the school, etc., dated Jan. 1885, Jan. 1888, Feb. 1892.
 

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Page 348 - MARTIN L. D'OooE, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. HENRY DRISLER, Columbia College, 48 West 46th St., New York. OM FERNALD, Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. AF FLEET, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. BASIL L. GILDERSLEEVE, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. WILLIAM W. GOODWIN, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., Chairman of Committee on Publications. WILLIAM G. HALE, Cornell University, Ithaca,
Page 301 - where we halt a day to recruit ourselves and horses after our long fast. The whole mountain country between Arga and the Tokhma Su is inhabited solely by Kurds, an inhospitable, murderous set of filthy villains, who still preserve all the ferocious characteristics of their ancestors, the ancient
Page 146 - For a fourth inscription of Antiochia Pisidiae, commencing with VV, see Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Vol. III. No. 358. No. 121. Yalowadj. In the wall of the Medressi near
Page 298 - road is much too difficult. Had the Roman road gone this way, it could not have avoided the abrupt pass of Ola Kaya, and it is exactly this pass that makes it necessary to look for it elsewhere. The only other route is that by way of Derinde, and thence down the Tokhma Su to Malatia

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