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Page 319 - Parts Sold Separately in Paper Covers: Part I. THE WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPT OF THE FOUR GOSPELS. With 5 plates. Pp. vii + 247. $2.00 net.
Page 318 - VOL. VI. ATHENIAN LEKYTHOI WITH OUTLINE DRAWING IN GLAZE VARNISH ON A WHITE GROUND. By Arthur Fairbanks, Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. With 15 plates, and 57 illustrations in the text. Pp. viii + 371. Bound in cloth. $4.00 net. VOL. VII. ATHENIAN LEKYTHOI WITH OUTLINE DRAWING IN MATT COLOR ON A WHITE GROUND, AND AN APPENDIX : ADDITIONAL LEKYTHOI WITH OUTLINE DRAWING IN GLAZE VARNISH ON A WHITE GROUND.
Page 322 - Roman state, as well as certain ceremonies which, strictly speaking, lay outside that public worship. It will be found very useful to students of Roman literature and history as well as to students of anthropology and the history of religion. Cloth, $I.30 ROMAN PUBLIC LIFE By AHJ GREENIDGE, Late Lecturer in Hertford College and Brasenose College, Oxford.
Page 322 - THE DESTRUCTION OF ANCIENT ROME By RODOLFO LANCIANI, DCL, Oxford; LL.D., Harvard; Professor of Ancient Topography in the University of Rome. Rome, the fate of her buildings and masterpieces of art, is the subject of this profusely illustrated volume. Professor Lanciani gives us vivid pictures of the Eternal City at the dose of the different periods of history.
Page 321 - GREEK SCULPTURE By ERNEST A. GARDNER, MA, Professor of Archaeology in University College, London. A comprehensive outline of our present knowledge of Greek sculpture, distinguishing the different schools and periods, and showing the development of each. This volume, fully illustrated, fills an important gap and is widely used as a text-book.
Page 318 - Pp. 1-169. $1.25 net. Part II. THE MYTH OF HERCULES AT ROME. By John G. Winter, University of Michigan. Pp. 171-273. $0.50 net. Part III. ROMAN LAW STUDIES IN LIVY. By Alvin E.
Page 320 - LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE VOL. I. STUDIES IN SHAKESPEARE, MILTON AND DONNE. By Members of the English Department of the University of Michigan. Pp. viii + 232. $2.50. Postage extra. VOL. II. ELIZABETHAN PROVERB LORE IN LYLY'S 'EUPHUES...
Page 322 - ARTHUR L. FROTHINGHAM. Ph.D., Sometime Associate Director of the American School of Classical Studies in Rome, and formerly Professor of Archaeology and Ancient History in Princeton University. "The plan of the volume is simple and admirable. The first part comprises a historical sketch ; the second, a classification of the monuments.
Page 318 - VOL. IX. THE NEW TESTAMENT MANUSCRIPTS IN THE FREER COLLECTION. By Henry A. Sanders, University of Michigan.