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same time merged, together with the Archäologische might do something towards the suppression of the Zeitung, in the new Jahrbuch. It is intended to ap- prevalent mania for plaster casts, which are in truth pear yearly and to consist as a rule of twelve folio costly and cumbersome and destructive of all sense for plates, with short explanatory text, in a portfolio. beauty.-C. T. In the part before us the explanatory text is far too Archäologisches Jahrbuch. 1887 : part 2. Berlin. short. For example, the first two plates (exhibiting 1. Mayer on a marble group in the Villa Borghese the newly-found Peisistratid temple of Athene on the of an Amazon riding down two warriors, probably Acropolis) depend on an article of 14 pages by Dörpfeld inspired by the Pergamene Amazonomachia on the in the corresponding number of the Athenische

Acropolis : plate. 2. Dimmler on the early silver Mittheilungen. The substance of this article should

girdle with reliefs, found at Poli-tis-Chrysokou in have been given with the plates: or at any Cyprus and now in the British Museum : plate. rate, something more than a little note of thirty 3. Hauser shows that the bronze statuette at lines. These two plates are very satisfactory, in- Tübingen, published in the last volume by Schwabe cluding a detailed plan of the foundations in their as a charioteer, really represents a runner in the present condition, a restoration of the front and some Hoplitodromos. 4. Löwy on two reliefs in the Villa architectural members, and also a plan showing Albani. 5. Heyilemann on vase-paintings reprethe position of this temple and of the Erechtheion senting Seilenos before Midas. 6. Wernicke on and of the Parthenon of Cimon and the Parthenon of

some representations of the Triton of Tanagra. Pericles. Two other plates illustrate the later 7. Köpp on the origin of high-relief among the Parthenon by the reproduction of the drawings of Greeks. 8. Heydemann argues from a vase in the the east and west fronts made before the explosion by Museum at Naples that the statue there commonly Carrey and by the unknown artist einployed by called Aphrodite Kallipygos really represents an Nointel. Laborde's rendlering of Carrey's drawings Hetara. 9. Schmidt on a relief in the Villa is slightly better than this ; but his book is scarce, Albani.-C. T. and he does not give the drawings inade for Nointel; and the rendering of both sets by Michaelis is far

Athenische Mittheilungen. 1887 : parts 1 and 2.

Athens. inferior to that before us. Another plate represents 1. Dümmler and Studniczka nrgue, in opposition to in profile and in full face a marble heail belonging to

Furtwängler and Löscheke, that the antiquities from a copy of the Athene Parthenos, fonnd in Rome and now in Berlin. It seems minutely accurate ;

Mycenæ are Carian in origin, and not Achaan : and gives the goddess a far more youthful and mobile

Stndniczka relying mainly on the absence of fibule. face than the other copies yet known. The plate is

2. Dörpfeld discusses numerous passages from ancient excellent; the surface of the marble and the remains

authors and inscriptions in support of his vicw that of colour upon it being rendered in very delicate

the cella of the ancient temple of Athene on the tints. Equally excellent in their way are the two

Acropolis was rebuilt, without thc peristyle, after plates of two of the bronze statues found in Rome

the Persian wars and was still standing alongside the winter before last, the seated boxer and the

the Erectheion in the time of Pausanias and after

warıls : plan. 3. Petersen curtly demolishes the standing portrait statue of a young man—the latter in two aspects, from left and right. The play of

whole of Dorpfeld's argument. 4. Wolters on two

funereal stele, found near Larissa and now in the light and shade on the bronze is admirably rendered. But the coloured plate of a Roman fresco of trees

muscum there. 5. Milchhöfer on minor antiquities and birds is less successful, looking somewhat stiff

and inscriptions in Attica, excluding Athens : to be

contiued. 6 Winter on an archaic fimuercal stele and heavy aud suggesting excessive restoration. All

with reliefs, found at Lamptræ in Attica and now in these plates are well suited to such a publication : but it is not easy to see why two plates should be

Athens : plate. 7. Reisch on a marble relief of

Heracles and the lion, also from Lamptrac ; and a given up to two vases with the signature of Sosias. Both of them have been published before, one of

terra-cotta relief with the same subject, froin the them in the Monumenti themselves : and if any

Acropolis : plate. 8. Stschoukareff on a very frag. further publication were necessary, it had better have

mentary legal inscription on the Acropolis. ---C. T. been reserved for the Wiener Vorlegeblätter. Nor is

Römische Millheilungen. 1887 : part 2. Rome. it easy to see why two more of these large plates

1. De Rossi and Helbig on the life and work of should be given up to fifty-four little votive tablets,

Wilhelm Henzen. 2. Tommasi-Crudeli on malaria which had better have been published two or three to

in ancient and modern Rome ; suggesting that various the page in an ordinary volume. Not that they deaths commonly attributed to poisoning were really are uninteresting in themselves: they illustrate

caused by malaria. 3. Studniczka on an archaic a style of painting otherwise known only from the bronze statue of a boy, probably a victor in the black-figureil vases : and their publication in any

games, in the Palazzo Sciarra-Colonna ; mentioned form is a matter for congratulation in this country

by Winckelmann and others, but never before inasmuch as, although such tablets were bought published : three plates. 4. Mau on the excavation by the hundred for the Berlin Museum and the of a large house in the eighth region at Pompei, Louvre after their discovery at Corinth in 1879, not

already partly excavated in 1769 : plan. 5. Lignana a single specimen was obtained for the British doubts the authenticity of the inscription on a fibula Museum. "The same objection may be taken to the

from Præneste discussed by Dimmler in the last remaining plate, which contains twenty-nine pieces

part.-C. T. of jewelry nearly all found in Ithaca : though these Revuc Archéologique. May-June, 1887. Paris. certainly form a graceful group and are skilfully 1. M. Heuzey on the Persian robe termed kavvárns, etched. But although a praiseworthy desire to make illustrated by a Chaldæan statue, a Babylonian this publication representative of the various branches statuette, a piece of Egyptian textile fabric, all in of classical archaeology las brought about the in- the Louvre, and other objects : two plates. 2. M. clusion of several unsuitable subjects, this does not Mowat on Oscan inscriptions combined with types of seriously diminish its merit as a whole. And it would coins ; showing that the reliefs on the terra-cotta be well if it were better known in this country : for a stele with an Oscan inscription, found near Capua perception of the excellence of these illustrations of and now in the British Museum, represent an As and pieces of sculpture in various aspects and in colour a Quincussis of about 275 B.C. : plate. 3. M. Deloche

use

on signet rings of the Merovingian period : continued. name hitherto unknown. 8. Koumanoudes: an in4. Dr. Néroutsos-Bey on Greek inscriptions from scribed marble disk from the Olympieion at Athens : Alexandria : continued. 5. M. Guillemaud on and a decree from Thisbè recording the erection of a Gaulish inscriptions : continued—the inscription of statue of Caracalla there. 9. The same : three unNovara. 6. Discovery of Gallo-Roman pottery at published dikast tickets.-C. S. Mantoche by M. Virot. 7. M. Leval publishes & Byzantine inscription at Constantinople.-C. T. Bullettino della Cominissione Archeologica Comunale

di Roma. 1887. Rome. Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique. May–November, 1887. Athens and Paris.

Part 5. (i.) Compte Rendu of discoveries in Rome : 1. MM. Cousin and Deschamps publish inscriptions specially notable are-an inscription recording that in fixing the site of Cys in Caria. 2. M. Duchesne on the last century of the Republic the magistri and the epitaph of Macedonios, bishop of Apollonias in flamines restored one of the sacella compitalia on Lydia in 366 A.D., lately found there by Ň. Fontrier. the Oppian hill—and a favissa found on the Esquiline: 3. M. Paris publishes inscriptions from the temple of a deposit of exvotos in terra-cotta representing all parts Athene Cranaia at Elatea, seven of which relate to of the human body, and probably dedicated to a the indemnity paid by Phocis to Delphi after the healing deity. Gatti's conjecture that this deity was Sacred War. 4. M. Clerc publishes inscriptions from

Minerva Medica is strengthened by the discovery of the valley of the Mæander. 5. M. Holleaux pub- a terra-cotta head of Minerva, and a votive dedication lishes two archaic bronze statuettes found by him to her, published by Visconti in (ii.): plate. He also within the temple of Apollo Ptoos, one representing

describes a marble statue probably of the same deity, an ' Apollo' and the other a warrior : two plates. which has long lain unnoticed in a convent garden There is a third plate of three archaic bronze lions, hard by. The same writer notes the discovery of a but no corresponding text. 6. M. Foucart publishes mosaic near Rome representing Pluto in the act of an inscription from Halos in Phthiotis recording seizing Proserpine. Part 6. (i.) Comte Rendu conenfranchisements of slaves during two years, and tinued : chietly Roman inscriptions. (ii.) Visconti thereby determines the calendar in there. continues description of Esquiline find; terra-cotta 7. MM. Deschamps and Cousin publish seven statuettes of Greek style : assigns date broadly from inscriptions from the temple of Zeus Panamaros near last century of Republic to end of first century A.D. : Stratoniceia in Caria, recording the services rendered double plate. Near the Porta Portese has been found by members of one family in the age of the Anto- a Græco-Roman marble basin, carved with a combat nines. 8. MM. Radet and Lechat on the sites of of Lapiths and Centaurs : and some late marble heads, Ægæ, Attalcia and Sandæna.–C. T.

including one of the Knidian Venus ; near the piazza Gazette Archéologique. 1887. Nos. 3, 4.

Cenei, part of a large marble relief representing a 1. Heuzey on certain engraved seals and cylinders

sacrificial scene ; and a fragment with the figure of principally from Aidin, which he localises to a school

Psyche : and near the Porta S. Lorenzo a fine marble of art in Asia Minor. 3. Odobesco on a silver dish

sarcophagus with the vengeance of Medea, resembling and a stone sarcophagus both with subjects in relief,

the one in the Mantua Mnseum. Part 7 (i.) Gatti : found in Roumania : two plates. 4. Reinach on a

front of a marble sarcophagus found near porta Mag. bust of an athlete in the Louvre, formerly in the Villa

giore, with relief of betrayal of Judas, about fourth Borghese, and which he compares to the athletic

century A.D. (ii.) Borsari : a slab of marble with statues of Pythagoras of Rhegium : plate. 5. Reinach

rare treatment of a subject from the myth of Pentheus publishes a head of black granite in the Constantinople

and the Maenads: plate. (ii.) Comète Rendu conMuseum, which is possibly a portrait-head in the guise

tinued : inter alia, a marble base with metrical Greek of Bacchus Animon : plate. 6. Collignon notes the

inscription dedicating a statuette of Herakles : an fragments of an archaic marble male figure recently

account of the tombs found by Sir S. Lumley in the acquired by the Louvre : plate.--C. S.

Vigna Jacobini.-C. S. The same. 1887. Nos. 5, 6.

Bulletino della Commissione Archcologica Comunale 2. Pottier: a series of most important vases, hitherto di Roma. 1887. Rome. unedited, of the Musée de Ravestein at Brussels : two Part 8. (I.) Visconti describes the find last month at plates. 4. Bapst : discovery of tombs at Siverskaia the Via del Colosseo of two large fragments of a in the Caucasus, with objects dating from about 100 marble frieze 1.5 mètre high, which must have repreB.C. : plate: (to be continued). 4. Mowat : bronze

sented a large Gigantomachia. The one fragment, statuette (a portrait) from Bayonne, in the Musée St.

1-24 mètre long, inclndes an Artemis (like the Germain: plate. 5. Reinach on the apotheosis of Versailles type, but winged), a draped female in a Homer ; the so-called figure of Melpoinene is more pensive attitude, (Gaia ?), and part of a male probably Mnemosyne ; the muse descending the moun- figure, armed with a hammer : this attribute, and a tain, not Thalia, but Kalliope : plate. 7. Danicourt :

pair of pincers at his feet mark hinı as Hephaistos. an intaglio representing a Gaulish portrait head. The other fragment, 1.24 mètre long, is more damaged :

C. S.

on it are part of a female (Hera ?, as in the Pergamene 'Εφημερίς 'Αρχαιολογική. 1887. Part 1. Athens. frieze) hurling a spear or torch in violent movement,

1. Philios : an honorary decree (fifty-three lines) and another (whose face is the only one preserved) from Eleusis. 2. Staes : decree of Megarians (ninety- rushing with a torch resting against her arın, wings six lines) as to land in dispute between Korinth and on her forehead, and winged cndromides, apparently Epidauros. 3. Palaiologos Georgiou : three inscriptions an Erinnys. The style appears to be that of the best from the Akropolis of Athens. 4. Staes : an archaic Græco-Roman period, probably of Augustan age. statuette of Athena recently found near the Erech- Visconti suggests that the frieze may have formed theion, consisting of two vertical sections in thin strips part of the Templum Telluris dedicated originally of sphurelaton which has been gilt : plate. 5. Sopho- A. U. C. 484, and probably rebuilt by Augustus : kles : an archaic torso and part of a horseman, in plate in phototype. (II.) Gatti, compte rendu : marble, from Athens : two plates. 6. The same : the among sculptures, part of a sarcophagus, with a Genius archaic bronze portrait-head recently found on the leaning on a reversed torch ; and a small military Akropolis : plate. 7. Stschoukareff: decree from trophy of dresses and arms with an elephant's head in Akropolis honouring Kanephori, with an Archon's the middle, and over all a lionskin on which a nude Journal of the British and American Archaeological

Sociсty of Rome. Vol. I. 3. Rome 1887.

1. Sir J. Lumley : Inaugural address. 2. Nichols : remarks on the Regia. 3. Miles : Gavinana in Tuscany. 4. Scarle : the site of the villa of Catullus at Tivoli. 5. Pullan : recent archæological discoveries in Rome.-C. S.

The Numismatic Chronicle. 1887. Parts I and II. vol vii. third series.) 1. Rev. W. Greenwell. 'The Electrum Coinage of Cyzicus.' A monograph of 125 pages, giving a full list of the coins with discussions on the types, &c. It is accompanied by six autotype plates of the principal specimens. 2. J. N. Svoronos * The inscription TIETPOI on Coins of Gortyna.' The writer discusses the views of Von Sallet and Wroth as to the meaning of this inscription. He thinks that it inay be a synonym for "Gortynians,' thus indicating the issuers of the coin.

figure is seated. Notes by late Prof. Henzen on certain
inscriptions from the Via Saluria referring to the
functionaries of the 'Factio Prasina' of the Circus.
Near Frascati a tomb has been found with a skeleton
having around the neck a circlet of bronze inscribed
thus : Tene me et reboca me Aproniano Palatino ad
Mappa (m) Aurea (m) in Abentino quia fugi.' It had
evidently belonged to a slave who had escaped and
been recaptured. De Rossi compares it with a bulla
found in 1884, which bore this inscription : Fugi.
tibus so revoca me in Abentino in domu Potiti ne ad
Decianas.'-C. S.
Journal of Hellenic Sludics. 1887. Vol. VIII.

No. 1.

1. A. S. Murray : the Capua rhyton (in the British Museum) in form of sphinx : the subject painted above the sphinx is not 'Triton, Nike, and other figures,' but Kekrops and Nikė, with Erichthonios, Pandrosos and another of the kekropidae : two plates. 2. Imhoof-Blumer and P. Gardner complete their numismatic commentary on Pausanias : five plates. 3. Paton : excavations in Caria : woodcuts. 4. E. L. Hicks : study on history of lasos. 5. E. Gardner : two Naucratite vases : plate. 6. Leaf discusses the trial scene in Iliad xviii., arguing that it gives a form of procedure “the oldest in chronology, though not in evolution' known to us. 7. Ridgeway : the Homeric talent, its origin, value, and affinities. 8. E. Gardner: recently discovered archaic sculptures. 10. The same: a late elegiac Greek inscription of sixteen lines, epitaph of a lady Areskousa : from Boiai in Lakonia. 11. A. H. Smith : notes on a tour in Asia Minor : with map. 12. Note hy J. E. Harrison giving from Prof. Milani the provenance of two vases published ante vol. vii. pl. lxx. p. 198, fig. 2.

Excavations in Greece 1886-7. Sculpture and Epigraphy 1886–7. Reviews : 'Naukratis, the third meinoir of the Egypt Exploration Fund'; Reinach's

Conseils aux Voyageurs arch.en Grèce'; Furtwaengler's vase catalogue of Berlin. The second editions of Klein's • Meistersignaturen' and 'Euphronios'; Winter's ‘Jiingeren attischen Vasen’; Morgenthau's . Zusammenhang der Bilder auf Gr. Vasen'; Schneider's “Troische Sagenkreis'; Vogel's "Scenen Euripideischer Tragödien in Gr. Vasengemälden'; Meisterhans' Grammatik der Attischen Inschriftcn'; Collitz' 'Sammlung der Gr. Dialekt-Inschriften Locwy, 'Inschr. Gr. Bildhauer'; Reinach's . Traité d'Épigr. grecque'; Latyschev’s ‘Inscriptiones Tyrac, Olbiae, Chers. Taur., &c.'; Busolt's 'Gr. Gesch.'vol. i.; Duncker's History of Greece', vols. i. ii. ; Holm's Gr. Gesch.' vol. i. ; Head's Historia Numorum'; Beloch's 'Bevölkerung der Gr.-röm. Welt.'

There is some talk of bringing out this journal in a new dress after this year, the plates and text being combined in one cover, of imperial 8vo., about the dimensions c.g. of the Atti dei Lincei. An index will also be issued to the first eight volumes.-C. S.

Annuaire de la Société française de Numismatique. March-April. 1887. W. Fræhner.-Obituary notice of Baron Lucien de Hirsch, the well-known collector of Greek coins (died 6 April, 1887).-A. de Belfort.

-_Trouvaille de Reims.' On a hoard of 753 Roman silver coins recently discovered in, or near, Reims. The earliest piece is of Vespasian (or Titus ?); the latest, of Alexander Severus (A.D. 79—A.D. 227). — List of prices realised at the Ponton d'Amécourt sale of Roman gold coins in April, 1887.

Annuaire de la Sociéle française de Numismatique. May-June. 1887. E. Revillout. Second Letter to M.

enormant on Egyptian Coins.' 'On the rate of Interest'. --A. Oreschnikow. A Coin with the monogram BAM.' (BAMI.) According to the writer, struck by Mithradates Eupator at Pergamon-E. Demole. • The history of an inedited Aureus of the Emperor Quintillus.' Now in the possession of the Baron Viry-Cohendier. Reverse type = 'fides militum.'-A. de Belfort. “An inedited Aureus of the Emperor Postumus.' Reverse type="aequitas.'—Notices of recent sales.-Finds of Coins.

Revue Numismatique. 3rd. series, vol. v. Deuxième trimestre. 1887. Baron L. de Hirsch, Orontobates or Rhoontopates.' On coins of Orontobates the Carian Satrap. The correct reading is shown to be ‘Rhoontopates,' or, possibly, Orhoontopates,' and not Othontopates.'—T. Reinach. Mithradates Eupator and his father.' On the tetradrachms bearing the name of Mithradates Philopator Philadelphus (Euer. getes) the father of Mithradates the great (Eupator.) -E. Babelon. “Marcus Annius Afrinus, Governor of Galatia.' On coins &c. of Iconinm and Pessinus with his name. -Obituary notice of Baron L. de Hirsch. -Review of Head's Historia Numorum.

By A.

SUMMARIES OF PERIODICALS. Journal of Philology. Emendationes Propertianac. 139–141. By John E. B. Mayor. -A lost Edition By A. E. Housman-Miscellanca Critica.

of Sophocles Philoctctes. By John Masson.Palmer.-Life and Poems of Juvenal. By H. Lucretiana. By J. P. Postgate. - The Pugio Fidei. Nettleship.-Notes in Latin Lexicography. By H. By S. M. Schiller-Szinessy.-A Roman Ms. of the Nettleship.-The Title of the second book of Nonius. Culex. By Robinson Ellis.–Aristarchos' Reading By H. Nettleship.-On the fragments of the Latin and Interpretation of Iliad, v 358—9. By W. Leaf, Hexameter Poem contained in the Herculanean Papyri. -Servius on Aeneid, ix 289. By H. Nettleship. By R. Ellis.-Kin and Custom. By F. B. Jevons. — Pausan. viii 16 & 5. By John E. B. Mayor.-Seneca Hermathena, no. xii, Dublin. Notes on Tyrrell's Ep. 19 g 3. By John E. B. Mayor.-Ovid, Met. iv Correspondence of Cicero vol. ii (Robinson Ellis);

a paper on the origin of the Greek Interjections (T. Maguire), [in the reference to King Lear Kent is written by mistake for Gloster); Translation as a Fine Art (R. Y. Tyrrell) with illustrations from Jebb and Verrall; Miscellanea (T. Maguire) contains Choeph. 526—549, 691, 2, Agam. 612, Herodotus on the vote of the Spartan kings, Catull. lxvi 21, 2, Claud, in Ruf. i 65, 6, Nupt. Hon. 106—8. Lucan ii 21—8, vi 471, 2, Tac. Hist. i 25, Acn. iv 436 vii 1164120, 580—600, ix 138—140 (we prefer the usual rendering : how does Dr. M. explain non ?) x 185—193, 96—8, xi 266—8, xii 52, 3, Phaedo 101 D. Oed. R. 27 ; Verrall's Septein (J. J. Beare); Paronomasia in Pindar (J. B. Bury); Roman Account books (L. C. Purser); Scpt c Theb. (A. W. Verrall) in reference to criticisms by J. J. Beare and R. Y. Tyrrell ; Miscellanea critica (A. Palmer) contains Aesch. Pers. 164, Eum. 272, Eur. Hel. 302, 441, 510, 775, 974, 1200, 1271, 1286, 1421, 1505, 1590, 1597, II. F. 257, 936, 1351, Cycl. 95, 343, El. 687, Andr. 346, 746, 962, 990, 1065, Ranac 19, 269, 465, 1298, Plaut. Pers. 94, 358, 651, Rud. 298, 315, 383, 556, 1368, Stich, 538, 549, 669, Trur. 746, 989, Cic. Fam. iii i. i, Hor. Sat. i. 2. 25, Juv. viii. 237 ; Greek Geometry from Thales to Euclid no. 7 (G. J. Allmann.)

Transactions of the American Philological Association. vol. xvii. Boston, 1887. The articles bearing on Classical philology are : Phonetic Law (a criticism of the neo-grammarian doctrine) by F. B. Tarbell ; Notes on Homeric Zoology (a criticism of Buchholz) by Julius Sachs ; Sources of Seneca De Beneficiis by H. N. Fowler ; the Dative Case in Sophocles by B. W. Wells. The Appendix contains abstracts of papers read before the Association at their mecting in July 1886.

2nd ed. (Berlin, Weidmann, 1886 ; a reconstruction of Schöne's ed.), by H. Stadtmüller.

Heft 5 and 6. Joh. Proschberger, Studies in Horace I (c. II 12). —C. Meiser, a contribution to the solution of the Katharsis question (the Aristotelian kábapois tûv taonuétwv).- Jos. Sarreiter, Regulations for teaching in Austrian gymnasia I. *Latin and Greck.' Reviews (1) of the Caesar lexicons of Meusel and Menye— Preuss, by G. Landgraf ; (2) of Cic. de or., with Germ. notes by K. W. Piderit. 6th ed. by 0. Harnecker. Bk. 1 (Leipzig, Teubner, 1886) by Ed. Stroebel, who complains that Wilkins's ed. has been neglected ; (3) and (4) of Em. Reichenhart. Der Infinitiv bei Lucretius' (acta semin. Erlang. iv 457526. 1886 ; compared with Krause.de Vergilii usurpatione inf. Halle 1878,' Joh. Schmidt 'de usu inf. ap. Lucanum, Valeridin, Silium. Halle 1881,' J. Senger über den Inf. bei Catull, Tibull, Properz. Speier 1886.' Progr.), and L. Schwabe's Catullus (Berl. Weidmann, 1886) hy F. Schaefler, who is surprised that in 110 7 Schwabe has not accepted Munro's simple emendation est furis ;' (5) of 'Carlo Tanzi. Studio sulla chronologia dei libri variarum di Cassiodorio Senatore. Trieste. 1886.' pp. 36a; (6) of Hom. Od. ed. P. Cauer. 2 vols. (Leipzig, Freytag. 1886-7 Schenkl's texts), by M. Seibel ; (7) of Soph. 0. T. with Germ. notes by J. Holub, Paderborn, Schöningh) by Wecklein (wortliless) ; (8) of Aristot. met. recogn. W. Christ (Lips. biblioth. Teubner) by Ch. Wirth ; (9) of Flavii Josephi opera edidit et apparatu critico instruxit Benedictus Niese. II (ant. vi-x). Berol. Weidmann 1885.' 4to. pp. 392, by Joh. Muhl (Niese, known by his Homeric researches, was won to the study of oriental Hellenism by the late Alf. v. Gutschmid), (10) of 'B. Gerathewohl, Die Reiter und die Rittercenturien zur Zeit der röm. Republik (München, Ackermann, 1886) by M. Ruttmanner; (11) of Kiepert'Atlas der alten Welt. 19 Auf.' New bearb. v. Carl Wolf. Weimar. 1884' by G. Briedermann. Bavarian Programmes (of Gymnasia and Latin schools) of the school-year 1884-5, reviewed by Renn : (1) Ph. Weber, die Absichtsätze bei Aristoteles (Speier) ; (2) Fr. Krebs, zur Rektio: der Kasusin der späteren historischen Gräcität (Regensburg); (3) Frid. Altinger, de rhetoricis in orationes Thucydideas scholiis (Miinchen); (4) Max Miller, Oppian's d. J. Gedicht v. d. Jagd. 1 Buch metrisch übers. u. mit. erklär. Bemerkungen versehen (Amberg.);(5) H. W. Reich, die Beweisführung des Aeschines in seiner Rede gegen Ktesiphon. II Hälfte (Nirnberg) ; (6) Joh. Muhl, Plutarchische Studien (Angsburg); (7) Andr. Neumeyer, Aratus von Sikyon! I (Neustadt a. d. H.); (8) Ludw. Bürchner, die Besiedlung der Küsten des Pontos Euxeinos durch die Milesier. I (Kempten); (9) J. M. Miller, die Beleuchtung im Altertum. I D.B. bei den Griechen (Aschaffenburg. To be followed next year by ‘Lighting among the Romans”),

Heft 7. Rem. Stölzle, "Italian Gymnasia and Lycea' (the classical tcaching unsatisfactory, completed in Heft 8) -Joh. Gerstenecker 'on the meaning of si quis, si qui' (criticising Wölffin in Sitzungsber. d. Akad. zu München 1886 p. 268). Favorable 'reviews (1) of J. H. Schmalz, Sall. Jug.? with German notes by Albr. Köhler; (2) of O. Brosin, Verg. Aen. iv-vi(Gotha, Perthes, 1886) with Gernian notes (ibid.) by Ed. Gross ; (3) of Kiessling, Hor. od. epod. with German notes (Berlin, Weidmann) by Joh. Proschberger; (4) of Schepps, Priscillian, ein neuaufge. fundener lat. Schriftsteller des 4 Jahrh. (Würzburg, Stuber. 1886) by B. Sepp, who mentions, after Prof. Guerrino Amelli, of the ambrosian library, a 10th century MS. of the chapter library at Novara, containing valuable documents relating to Monophysitism, to the councils of Constantinople (448),

Athenaeum : 25 June ; a letter from Mr. Bent on Discoveries in Thasos, a second appears in the 23 July number. 23 July ; reviews of Casagrandi's Storia e Archeologia Romana (L. Calpurnius Piso, the Abdication of Diocletian, Tacitus &c.). 30 July ; notice of Loofs' Leontius von Byzanz: Notes from Crete by J. Hirst. 13 August ; review of Antike Denkmäler herausg. v. K. Deutschen Archäologischen Institut.

Academy : 25 June ; a letter from J. O. Westwood on the Cod. Amiatinus. 2 July; notices of classical books (Adam's Plato's Apology, Holden's Cyropaedeia, Seecks die Quellen der Odyssee, &c.). 9 July, a letter from G. Hirschfeld on the Inscriptions from Naukratis : the correspondence is continued by him and by E. A. Gardner, W. M. Flinders Petrie and A. H. Sayce in the Nos. for 16 July, 6 August, 20 August, 27 August. 16 July; an obituary of A. Pott. 13 Angust; letter on a Roman (1) pavement (with inscription) recently found in London by W. Thomps n Watkin (a further letter by J. HoskynsAbrahall on 3 September). 3 September; a letter on a Roman Inscription found at Chester by W. T. Watkin. 10 September ; notice of H. Nettleship's Passages for translation into Latin Prose.

Blätter f. d. Bayer. Gymnasialschulwesen xxiii Heft 4. L. Dittmeyer, The spuriousness of Aristot. h. an. bk ix (part 3, conclusion). - Reviews (1) of H. Nohl, Cic. oratt. sel. pt. JII (Leipzig, Freytag, 1986), by C. Hainmer; (2) of Verg. Aen, vii-xii. With Germ. notes by Th. Ladewig. 8th ed. by C. Schafer (Berlin, Weidmann, 1886) and (3) of Verg. Aen. schol. in usum ed. W. Klouček (Leipzig) Freytag, Schenkl's texts), both by Hans Kern; (4) of H. v. Arnim's Eurip. Med. with Germ. notes.

Ephesus (449), Chalcedon (451). The collection was made by Dionysius Exiguus between 530 and 535 ; (5) of Frid. Schnbert, Soph Trach. (Schenkl's texts, Leipzig, Freytag, 1886), and (6) of N. Wecklein, Soph. 0. T'. with German notes (München, Lindauer, 1886). Both reviewed by K. Metzger ; (7) of Guil. Studemund, Anecdota varia Graeca musica metrica (Berlin, Weidmann, 1886. pp. 313. 10 M.) by H. Stradtmüller, with many conjectures ; (8) of Gustav Gil Handbuch d. griech. Staatsalterthümer. II (Leipzig, Teubner, 1885, pp. viii 426) by J. Melber, who adds to both volumes inscriptions and monographs which had escaped Gilbert, or which have appeared since his work. Melber protests against the harsh censure of Wilamowitz-Möllendorff (in Hermes).

Heft 8. Ed. Kurtz, on the Philogelos of Hicrokles (ed. Eberhard, 1869). — Reviews by C. W. (1) of Baehrens, 'fragmenta poetarum Romanorum' (Teubner). The verses de cereo' (dug. c. D. xv 22, cf. A. Rösler, Prudentius. Freib i. B. 1886. p. 71 n. 2) have escaped the editor ; (2) of Buecheler's ed. of Jahn's Persius, Iuvenalis, Sulpicia. -- Reviews by M. Seibel (1) Hom. II. with German notes by Ameis. I 3 (bk. vii-ix). Edited by Hentze. 3rd ed. and • Anhang zu Hom. 11. HI Heft. Erläuterungen zu vii-ix' by Hentze. 2nd ed. remo lelleil (Leipzig, Teubner, 1886-7); (2) H. Guhraner, Musikgeschicht. tiches ans Homer. I (Lauban Gymnasium 1886). — Review by W. Zipperer of Karl Krumbacher, Griechische Reise. Berlin, Hetiler. pp. xli, 390. 7 M. -Bavarian Programmes (1884–5) reviewed by Renn. (1) Alois Patin, Heraklits Einheitslehre die Grundlage seines Systems und der Anfang seines · Buchs (München); (2) L. Leipert, Beiträge zu Horaz

Straubing) ; (3) Jos. Fürtner, Textkritische Bemerkungen zu Sulpicius Severus (Landshut); (4) Joh. Praun, Bemerkungen zur Syntax des Vitouv mit eingehender Darstellung der Substantivsätze (Bamberg); (5) H. Ulrich, Vitruvii copia verborum part. II (Schwabach); (6) Gust Landgraf, die Vita Alexandri des Archipresbyters Leo.1 Theil die Nektane bussage I 1-14 (first published from mss. at Bamberg and Miichen, with an essay on the romance of Pseudo-Callisthenes); (7) Incerti auctoris liber de origine gentis Romanae (fragm.): ad fidem cod. Brux, qui exstat unicus denuo recensuit Bernh. Sepp. (The ms. was rediscovered by Mommsen ; it is important for new readings in Cicero, Sallust, Livy, and has Ciceronian synomyina' not printed in Orelli; (8) Sex. Propertii elegiarum librum primum comentariis grammaticis ivstruxit F. J. Hildenbrand (Frankenthal) ; (9) Jos. Wismeyer, die durch Scholien nicht erklärten kritischen Zeichen der Iliashandschrift Venetus A.

of tombs, are of special interest. V. Two inscriptions from the Philologische Wochenschrift, no. 33, 1886 ; the first had already been published in 1885. VI. Leaden tablets from Dodona (Neue Jahrbb, 1883, 305-360. VII. Two inscriptions in Dittenberger's Sylloge, the former (no. 349) founding at Teos a school for boys and girls (this is compared with Plin. ep. iv. 13, and with the famous essay of Musonius. Stob. ecl., ed. Wachsmuth, II 235-9, in which several corrections are suggested).-Frontin, aq. 128 (J. v. d. Vliet reads ad <com > modum and <tam > quam privata). —Ad. A. Gellii Noctes Atticas scr. J. C. G. Boot. The Franeker MS., used by 1o. Tornaesius for his ed. 1592, has been examined throughout. In xvii 2 16 Hertz has neglected the certain conjecture of J. Fr. Gronov vexatur for vcrsatur. E. H. Eldikii epistola critica (obs. iii 4) de Anthologia Latina. Twenty years ago Boot read a notice of Erik Huibert van Eldik to the royal academy and printed some of his notes on Martial. The present letter was addressed to the younger P. Burmon in 1773.-Ουδός, ορσοθύρη, ρώγες, scr. A. E. J. Holwerda (illustrates Homer from Schlie. mann's discoveries at Tiryns). -De Tibulli elegiarum structura, scr. H. T. Karsten. Pars altera. -Hor. epod. 2 37 (P. J. Scrinerius reads Roma quas for quas amor). --Euripidea, scr. H. Kuisser. Med. 109, real δυσκαταπαύστoις. 128 ουδέν βέβαιον (an anapaest). 345 eixos opv. Other conjectures in Andr. 347. Alc. 330. Hec. 620, 854, 1187. Hel. 923.-Epigraphica, scr. H. v. Herwerden (in Bullet. de Corresp. Hell., 1886, p. 112 ver. 12 read reuphriCortes; ibid p. 179 for APIAE read åv&pl 8é.—Liviana, scr. J. v. d. Vliet. --Aristoph. eq. 895. L. v. Leeuwen reads TOT' áčiov for Toy árov.-Quaestiones Graecae, scr. I. M. J. Valeton. II. De ostracismo.Thuc. iv 63 2 for åarà xal dyav. L. v. Leeuwen reads <COTAL> αγών, αλλα και.

Zeitschrift für ocstery Gymnasien, xxxviii (1887) Heft 3. Homerisches, Von J. La Roche. -Review by H. Schenkl of ‘Die Sprichwörtersammlung des Maximus Planude, erläutert von E. Kurtz, Leipz., 1886.' R. Rappold's review of Ov. met. with German notes by H. Magnus. II, III (bks. vi-xv): Reviows by J. Golling (1) of Nepos. Ed. G. Genios. Paderborn and Münster. 1885; (2) of M. Heynacher Was ergiebt sich aus dem Sprachgebrauche Cäsars im b. G. für die Behandlung der lat. Syntax in der Schule. 2 vern. Aufl. Berlin, Weidmann. 1886.'— Aug. Scheindler's severe revi-w of Ignaz Prammer Sall. Catil. Jug. Wien, Hölder, 1886.-A. Goldbacher's review of Knoell's Eugippius. Vienna, Gerold. 1885-6. (The life of S. Severin appears in a greatly improved text). -- Review of Baumeister's Denkmäler (Ait. Kadmos to Peiraieus).-K. Schenkl, The Gymnasia of Servia (27 subjects, chiefly natural science, no Greek, Latin 4 hours a week only in the highest three classes). They correspond to the German Realschulen. - Review by Fr. Stolz, of 'A. Vaníček. Biographische Skizze von Dr. Glaser, Wien. Karl Conegen. 1885. pp. iv 66.' V. was professor of Comparative Philology at Prag. At the end of the book are reprinted Recollections of Dr. August Schleicher' from his pen.

Heft 4. Perikles and Thukydides, hy J. v. PflugkHartung.-J. Zahlfcisch on Aristot. 1135 b 3-8. 1033 b 21 sqq.-1040 14-32.—Review by H. Schenkl of ‘Anecdota varia Graeca et Latina. Ediderunt Rud. Schoell et Guil. Studemund. Vol. I. Anecdota varia Graeca, musica metrica grammatica, ed. Guil. Studemund. Berlin, Weidmann. 1886.' VI 313. 10 M.-Review by F. Hanna of Hor. sat. with Gerinan notes by Adolf Kiessling. Berlin,

Mnemosyne. Nova series. Xv (1887), pt. 3. Lugd. Bat. Brill. Minutiae epigraphicae. Scr. H. J. Polak. Greek inscriptions I. from Kertsch (Rhein. Mus. xli Heft 3). II. The Brough inscription, now in the Fitzwilliam Museum, which Polak reads thus : εκδεκέτη τις ιδών τύμβω σκηφθέντυπό μοίρης 'Ερμή Κομμαγηνών έπος φρασάτω τόδ' δδείτης: Χαίρε συ, παι, παρ' εμού, κείπερ θνητον βίον ερπες

ώκύτατ–έπτης γάρ-μερόπων επί Κιμμερίων γής, ου φθίσει εβίως γάρ, ο παίς Ερμής, αν (οριστ)..”

III. Epitaph of Amorgos (Rhein. Mus. xxxix Heft 4). iv. Inscriptions presented to the Leyden Museum by R. J. Lennep, Dutch consul at Smyrna, and lately discussed by the septuagenarian C. Leemans. The biblical names Τρόφιμος, Αφφία : the Platonic περίπτωμα, and curses directed against the violation

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