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Aristophanes, Blaydes', 96 foll.

Plutus, the scholia on, 78, 242.
Ran. 209, note on, 20.
Vesp. 355, note on, 204.

[See also under 'Greek Writers.') Aristophanica, 128 foll. : cp. p. 313. Aristotle, Fragments of, 205.

Nicomachean Ethics, Stock's, 152.
Roditela 'Aonvalwr, the recently-discovered pa-

pyrus-fragment, 586., 2286.
Politics, new materials for text, 20-1.
Rhetoric, Welldon's, 98 foll.

[See also under 'Greek Writers.'] Arnold (E. V.) on Caesar's Bridge over the Rhine,

168-9. on Caesar's Speech in behalf of the Catilinarians,

169. Arnold's Second Punic War, edited by W. T. Arnold,

109-10. Artemidorus and Eratosthenes, the chief geographical

authorities of Pausanias, 103a. åptiao uós, 170a.b. Arval Brothers, Hymn of the, 164a. 'asphodel,' the Homeric, 2386. Assarlik, excavations at, 81-2. αστος and αυτός, 280α. Astragalizontes of Polycletus, 170. dotpayanoi, games with, ib. Athenian Democracy, Developnient of, Jevons', 58

foll. Public Economy, Boeckh's, 149 foll. Attic Law of Guardianship, Schulthess', 165.

Tribes, the four old, 2286. ανέρυσαν, 35%. Augustine (St.), Civitas Dei, 5.

Excerpts from the writings of, Knoell's, 139

foll. Latinity of, Regnier's, 235-6. Speculum, the so-called, 140a., 268a. three Treatises-De Spiritu et Littera; De

Natura et Gratia ; De Gestis Pelagii-trans

lated by Woods and Johnston, 235. translation of the works of, Holmes', 2356.

[See also under ‘Latin Writers.') avlaxoi, 356. Ausonius, Peiper's, 75. Austrian Staff Maps of Greece, 279. Avellino's De argenteo Rubastino, 1736. Avianus' Fables, Cannegieter's, 188-9.

Robinson Ellis', 188 foll. Babington's (Churchill) edition of Hyperides' Funeral

Oration, 39. facsimile editions of Hyperides' Orations for

Lycophron and against Demosthenes respecting

the treasure of Harpalus, ib. Babrius Aesop's Fables, 476. Babylonian and Assyrian sexagesimal system, 172. Baehrens' Fragmenta Poetarum Latinorum, 74.

M. Minucii Felicis Octavius, 75. Baldwin Brown's From Schola to Cathedral, ib. Ball's Animals and Plants of India referred to, 2446. Bankes' Homer in the British Museum (Papyrus

cxiv.) collation of, by G. C. Lewis, 30. Barrett (Dr.), 116a. Barthold's Euripides, Medea, 135. basilica, 756. Baumeister's Denkmäler des Klassischen Altertuins,

202-3.
Becq de Fouquières' Jeux des Anciens quoted, 1706.
Bede, H. E. (i. 17 ; iii. 16), quoted, 245.
Beloch's Die Bilkerung der griechisch-römischen

Welt, 164-5.
Bender's Gesichte di whischen Literatur, 19.

benedictio ( ='relics '), 2276. Bent (J. T.) notice of the Thasiote Tombs (with n. by

C. T. ), 209-10. : cp. p. 318. Bergk's Kleine philologische Schriften-Band II. Zur

Griechischen Literatur-234-5. Berne Commenta on Lucan, 294-5. Bethe's Mythology of Diodorus, 273. Berölkerung der griechisch-römischen Welt, Beloch's

164. Bezzenberger's Beiträge zur Kunde der Indogerm.

Sprachen. Vol. xi. •Die Sprachform der altionischen und altattischen Lyrik, A. Fick, 35 foll., 91

foll. bhard, bharâmi, pépw, &c., 2646. Bible of Theodulf of Orleans, of the ninth century,

147a.

revision of German, 84a. Biblical Archaeology and Criticism &c., Essays in,

by Oxonians, 194 foll., 268-9.

Commentaries, query on, 205. Bibliography :(a) New Books published in England, 30, 88,

122, 182, 214, 260, 291, 322. (6) New Books published on the Continent, 31,

88, 122, 182, 214, 260, 292, 322. βιβλιοπώλαι in the ορχήστρα, 1500., 2970. Bibliotheca Scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum,

ed. C. Schenkl: 1
Herodoti Historiae. Recensuit A. Holder (Vol. I.

Libr. i.-iv.), 156.
Herodoti Historiarum, Libr. V.-vi. Scholarum

in usum edidit A. Holder, 156-7.
M. Fabi Quintiliani institutionis oratoriae libri

duodecim, Meister's (vols. i. ii.), 155-6. M. Tulli Ciceronis libri qui ad rem publicam et

ad philosophiam spectant, Schiche's (vols. ix.

x.), 135-6.
Orationes selectae, Nohl's (vols. i.-ii.), ib.
Orphica, recensuit Eugenius Abel, 270-1.
Ovidii Carmina selecta, Sedlmayer's, 157.
Ovidii Fasti, Tristia, Ibis, ex Ponto, Halieutica,

Fragmenta, Giithling's, ib.

Metamorphoses, Zingerle's, ib. “Black-eyed Susan," Graece redditum, 76. Blass' Eudoxi ars astronomica, (ed. 2), 272. Blaydes' Aristophanes, text (2 vols.), 96 foll. Boeckh's Die Staatshaushaltung der Athener, 149

foll. Boelte's De Artium Scriptoribus Latinis, 278-9. Bond and Walpole's Caesar, Bell. Gall., 233. Bonitz' Platonische Studien, 232-3. Bopp and his school of Philology, 2642. Bourne's (Vincent) Latin verses, 48a. Boyes' (J. F.) Illustrations of the Greek Tragedians,

74a. brachium, orthography of, 746. Bradley (H.), in the Academy, Jan. 30, 1886, 1276. Briefwechsel des Beatus Rhenanus, Horawitz and

Hartfelder's, 167.
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249, 286, 316.
antiquities from Karpathos, 27.
antiquities from Majorca, 316, 317.
antiquities froni Sesto Calende, 81.
antiquities from tombs at Thebes, 316.
archaic Greek vase, 315.
architecture, 26.
arrangement, 176, 186.
bronzes, 117.
casts from the Chaeroneia lion, 317.
catalogue of Greek coins, 248.

i For other issues in the same series see 1556.

gen, 265a.

Department of British and Mediaeval antiquities,

118.
Department of Coins, ib.
Department of Greek and Roman antiquities, ib.
Department of Oriental antiquities, 119.
early Classical MSS.--five Greek classical papyri

and the Harley Glossary-38-40.
inscriptions, 27.
Lygdamis inscription, 314.
marbles, 117.
Naukratis collection, 26.
painted vase (Vase Cat. No. 996), 3.
Poli- tis- Chrysokhou finds, 25, 26, 316.
terra-cottas, 117.
vases, 27, 118.

vases from Kalymnos, 80.
Brugmann and Osthoff's Morphologische Untersuchun-
Brugmann on the Nasalis sonans, 2646.
Brugmann's Grundriss der vergleichenden Grammatik

der Indogermanischen Sprachen, 62 foll.
Bruns' Fontes iuris Ronani antiqui, 157-8.
Bryans Caesar, Bell, Gall., iv., 233-4.
Bryennius, 3025.
Buchanan, Maiae Calendae, 46a.

Ruddiman's Vindication of, ib.
Bücheler's reprint of Otto Jahn's Persius, Juvenal and

Sulpicia, 17 foll. Budge's (E. A. W.) Catalogue of Egyptian antiquities

in Harrow School Museum, 285-6. Burney's critique on Milton's Greek verses, 466. Bury's (J. B.) note on Aesch. Agam. (1227f.);

id. (1310), 241. note on Eur. Or. 399, ib. notice of Bethe's Quaestioncs Diodoreae Mytho

graphicae, 273. notice of Schwartz' Scholia in Euripidem, 272-3.

notice of Vahlen's Longinos, 300 foll. -bus, -bi, bis, the case-terminations, 1206. Butcher's (S. H.) notice of Weil's Demosthenes, 218

foll.

Carthage, Church's, 204.
Cassius Longinos, the teacher of Zenobia, 300a.
Cato's Origines possibly suggested by the Khloers of

Apollonius Rhodius, 7a.
Catullus, facsimile of MSS., 231a.

iii., translation of by G. S. Davies, 2056.

[See also under ‘Latin Writers.') Cauer's Homeri Odyssea, 198. Causeret's Étude sur la langue de la rhétorique et de

la critique littéraire dans Ciceron, 222 foll. Cavaliers Atheniens, Martin's, 228 foll. cavillor, meaning and etymology of, 244 ; cp. 1216. cella, 259a. ceraria (toraria), Plaut. Mil. Glor. (695), 796. χελιδόνισμα at Smyrna, the, 238α. Chaeroneia, the memorial lion of, 317a. Chaignet's Essais de Métrique grecque, 303. Chase's Chrysostom, 236, Chatelain's Paléographic des Classiques Latins, 230-1. Xpavóuevov, 916. Chronicle of Guillaume de Nangis, MS. of, 1476. Church of the Early Fathers, Plummer's, 237a. Church's Carthage, 204. Chrysostom, a Study in the History of Biblical

Interpretation, Chase's, 236.

De Sacerdotio libri sex, Seltmann's, 303.
Cicero, De Oratore Liber Primus, Stobile's, 306.

dell' Oratore Libri tre, Cima's, ib.
De Senectute, Huxley's, 111.
De Suppliciis... De Signis, Thomas', 72.
facsimile of MSS, 231a.
Hadoardus MS. of, Schwenke's, 110.
Müller's (C. F. W.), 136 foll.
Oratio Philippica Secunda, Peskett's, 72.
Schiche's and Nohl's, 135-6.

[See also under 'Latin Writers.') Cicéron Jurisconsulte, Gasquy's, 73. Cicero's Correspondence, points of Roman Law in

Prof. Tyrrell's edition of, 66 foll.
Rhetorical Criticism, Causeret's, 222 foll.

style contrasted with that of Demosthenes, 301a. Cima's M. Tullii Cicerone dell Oratore Libri tre 306. circumscriptus, 2246. Clark's (W. G.) Peloponnesus, 20. Classica] Antiquity, Monuments of, Baumeister's,

202-3. Coincidences, Gretton's, 74. Education in France, letters from a French

University Professor, 206, 245, 282. Education, Sidgwick (A.), on the Future of,

215a. MSS. in the British Museum, early, 38 foll. MSS., Scheme for a Catalogue of Greek and

Latin, 217-8. Clavis Novi Testamenti, Grimm's Wilke's, re-edited

by Prof. Thayer, 106 foll. Clement, John, 244-5. Cluer's Livy, v. vi. vii., revised by P. E. Matheson,

112.
Codex Amiatinus, 84a.

Bembinus, 231a,
Palatinus, Tischendorf on, 281.
Purpureus, 2696.
Puteanus, 146a.
Rossanensis, 269a.
Thuanus, 231a.

[See also under 'MSS.')
Coins in British Museum, Catalogue of Greek, 248.

Department of, 118. Coins of Palestine in the Albert Hall, 117. Colbeck's Caesar, Bell. Gall. v., 72. Colby's (F. T.) notes on Eur. Ion. (998, 1027), 1156. Coleridge's (H. N.) Introduction to the Study of the Greck Poets, 12a.

Caesar, Bell. Gall., Bond and Walpole's, 233.

Bell. Gall. iv., Bryans', 233-4.
Bell. Gall. v., Colbeck's, 72.
facsimile of MSS., 23la.
Lexicons to, by Merguet, Meusel, Menge- Preuss

and (for Pseudo-Caesar) Preuss, 111.

[See also under 'Latin Writers.') Caesar's Bridge over the Rhine (B. G., iv. 17), 168.9,

242. Speech in behalf of the Catilinarians (Sall. Cat.

51), 169. Cagnat's Cours élémentaire dépigraphie latine,

162.
Callistratus and Philonides, Briel's, 273.
Calpurnius and Nemesianus, Keene's, 276.
Cambridge Philological Society, 23.4.

communications to the, 24b.

Whitelaw's papers before the, 1336. Cambridge University Intelligence, 23, 77, 90, 171,

184, 209, 215, 285, 314, 324. Camillus (Káduos), 1206. Campbell and Abbott's Sophocles for Schools, 2 vols.,

132-3. Cannae, positions of the enemy at, 1096. Cannegieter's Avianus, 188-9.

Carchemish, mina of,' 1726. carmen, etymology of, 866. Carmen Saeculare Graece redditum, 114. Carmina figurata Graeca, Haeberlin's, 304. Carnarvon's (Earl of) Odyssey of Homer, i.--xii.,

159-60. χάρτης, 196α.

Collier's (Jeremy) translation of Marcus Aurelius,

revised by A. Zimmern, 232. Collins (J. C.) on Greek and Latin Classics v. English

Literature, 83.
Colossus of Rhodes, the, 2996.
coluber, 1216.
Commentary, the Pulpit: Ephesians, Philippians and

Colossians, 71.
Comparetti (Prof.), 85.
Composition, Greek and Latin :-

Carmen Sacculare Graece redditum, E. D. Stone,

114. Cupressi, C. A. Ulrichs, 161. Dedication (from 'Echoes of Hellas'), G. C. Warr,

309. Experiments in Archaic Metre, G. C. Warr,

168. ñ penávoooos Lovoayva, Sir G. Denman, 76. Στέφανος. Carmina sua Graeca et Latina,

T. Korsch, 161.
Conditional Sentences in Latin E. A. Sonnenschein,

124, 238.
H. J. Roby, 197, 238.

J. B. M., 239. conglutinatio verboruin, 224b. coniecturae Babrianae, 193a. Conjugation, Latin, Engelhardt's, 147 foll. Cooke's (A. H.) notice of Jevons' Development of the

Athenian Democracy, 58 foll. Cope's Introduction to the Rhetoric, 98, 99, 100,

223.
Corbie, the Abbey of, 1466.
Corbey MS. of St. James, 268a.
Corinthians, First Epistle to the, Lias', 235.
Corippus, Petschenig's, 158.
Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum, the
Vienna :-
I. Eugippii Eccerpta ex Operibus S. Augustini,

Knoell's, 139 foll.
II. Eugippii Vita S. Severini, Knoell's, 224

foll.
Correspondence, 83, 171, 205, 245, 282.
Course of Modern Greek, Zompolides', 113.
Cremer's Lexicon of New Testament Greek, 106 foll.
Crusius' Plutarchi de Proverbiis Alexandrinoruin,

272. *Crystallization Theory' of Homeric poems, 126. Culex of Vergil, Hildebrandt's, 274 foll. Curetonian Ms., 269a. Curtius (Georg), Ein Characteristik, Windisch's,

263 foll.
Das Verbum der griechischen Sprachen, 264.
Grundzüge, 264-5.
Zur Chronologie, 264.

Kritik der neuesten Sprachforschung, 265. Curtius-Stiftung, the foundation of the, 264. Cynaethus of Chios and his School (Schol. on Pindar,

Nem. ii. 1), 376. completion of the Iliad ascribed to (cp. I. ii.

594-600), 38a. the probable reviser of the Odyssey, 376. Cyclic' poems, 269a. Cyprian inscriptions, Homeric words found in, 916.,

92a. Cyprus, 25, 26, 80, 286, 317. Cyzicus, electrum staters of, 172a.

Dawes' Miscellanca Critica, misstatement in, 47b.

(M. C.) notice of Zompolides' Course of Modern

Greek, 113. Day-Book of John Dorne, Bookseller,' (1520) 846. De Artium Scriptoribus Latinis, Boelte's, 278-9. De la latinité des sermons de Saint Augustin,

Regnier's, 235-6. De Sacerdotio libri sex, Chrysostom's, Seltmann's,

303. De Saussure on Phonetic Variation, 64, 1486. δέατοι (cp. Homeric δέατο), 92α. Declaration of the French Clergy in 1682, facsimile of

the, 146a. Dedication (from "Echoes of Hellas') G. C. Warr,

309. deicere, restricted meaning of, 67a. deldw, 1976. Delphi, excavations at, 82. Delisle (Léopold), 141a., 145a., 146b. Demetrius Phalereus' tepl épurvelas, the authenticity

of, 2226. deminuere, technical use of, 696. Demosthenes, Androt. 44, note on, 77-8.

bas-relief on the altar at Calauria representing,

3136.
Parisian MS. (S.) 218.
Select Orations, Wotke's, 271.
Select Private Orations, Paley and Sandys', (ed.

2), 14.15.
Shilleto's edition of the De Falsa Legatione, 14a.
Speeches against Aristogeiton, authenticity of,

221 ; cp. p. 3086.
Wayte's editions of the Androtion and Timo-

crates, 28a.
Weil's, 218 foll.
contrasted with Cicero, 301a.

[See also under 'Greek writers.'] Denkmäler des Klassisehen Altertums, Baumeister's,

202.3. Denman's (Sir G.) 'Black-eyed Susan, 'Greek Iambics,

76. deprecatio (παραίτησις), 2230. Derivation of titulus, the, 78-9. Description of Greece, Pausanias', translation by A.

R. Shilleto, 101. desirium (desiderium), desiro, desire, 1806. Desjardins, E. (30 Sept. 1823—22 Oct. 1886), 24. Development of the Athenian Democracy, Jevons',

58 foll. Diadochi, the period of, 7, 44, 203. Dialect der homerischen Gedichte, van Leeuwen, jun.

and Mendes da Costa's, translated by Dr. E.

Mehler, 199. Dialects spoken in Palestine in the time of Christ,

194. dicendi genus tenue, grave, and medium, 2226. Dictionnaire des Antiquités grecqués et romaines, Ch.

Daremberg et Edm. Saglio, 210.
Diels' (H.) Herodot und Hekataios, 320a.

Seneca und Lucan, 2946. Dikaios ('avis cognomine Justa,' Zoega), 2446. dikaipov, on the meaning of, ib. δίκη επιτροπής, 165α. * Diminutives falsely so called, Weinhold on, 228a. Diodorus, on the mythology of, Bethe, 273. Dionysiac theatre, excavations in the, 297-8. Dionysios or Longinos on Sublimity of Style, 300 foll. Discussions on the Gospels, Dr. Roberts', 1976. δοκιμασία, 2290. Doctrina duodecim Apostolorum &c., Funk's, 302. Dodwell's Classical and Topographical Tour through

Greece, 20a. D' Ooge (Professor) on the excavations in the Dionys.

iac theatre, 2986.

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Daremberg and Saglio's Dictionnaire des Antiquités

grecques et romaines, 201. Darmesteter's La Vie des Mots, 161. Davies' (G. S.) translation of Lesbia's Sparrow,' Catull. iii., 2056. (J. F.) editions of the Agamemnon, Choephoroe,

and Eumenides, 247-8.

Doriadas, the Boopós of, 804a.
Dosson's Étude sur Quinte Curce, sa vie et son oeuvre,

307.
Dramatists, Greek, Schmidt's Studies on the, 93 foll.
Droit public Romain, Girard's, 165-6.
Dublin University Intelligence, 115, 171, 247.
Duff's (J. D.) notice of Pearson and Strong's Juvenal,

154-5. Dutch Biographical Dictionary, Van der Aa's, 189a. δυσμένην, 36α. Duvau's reprint of Havet's Greek and Latin Metre,

162.

-ě, Latin ablatives in, 1206. E-stems, the long vowel of, 1990. na for ela (e.g. evoéßna) in Inscriptions, 188a. Early Classical MSS. in the British Museum, 38 foll. Early Egyptian Revival,' 250a. Ecclesiastical Canons, 3026. *Echoes of Hellas,' Dedication from, G. C. Warr,

309. Eckhel's Doctrina Numorum, 172. Editorial, 1. Edon's Ecriture et Prononciation du Latin Savant et

du Latin Populaire, et Appendice sur le Chant dit les Frères Arvales, 163. Éléments de Grammaire latine (d'après Lhomond),

200. Nouvelle Étude sur le Chant Lémural, 163. Restitution et Nouvelle Intérpretation du Chant

dit des Frères Arvales, 163. Education in France, Classical : letters from a French

University Professor, 205, 245, 282. Edwards' (G. M.) notice of Welldon's Rhetoric of

Aristotle, 98 foll. έγβάλλειν, έγλογής, 188α. έγγειος τόκος, 165α. εείκοσι, ξεδνα, εέλδωρ, 36α. Egypt Exploration Fund, 317a.

Miscellanea from, 209. Egyptian decimal system, 172a. et for i and vice versa in Inscriptions, 188a. elday, 1876. eiresioné, the, 152a. εισαγγελία κακώσεως, 165. {xdikos of a city, the official (cp. Cic. ad Fam. xiii.

56), 446. εκκυκλεϊν, εκκύκλημα, 2980. Ellis' (Robinson) Fables of Avianus, reviewed by

John E. B. Mayor, 188 foll. notice of Bücheler's Otto Jahn's Persius, Juvenal

and Sulpicia, 17 foll. notice of Hildebrandt's Virgil's Culex, 274 foll.

notice of Sonntag's Appendix Vergiliana, 306-7. Eloquence judiciaire à Rome pendant la République,

Poiret's, 273-4. dupépnv, 36a. enclisis (' recession '), 104a. ένγειον (= έγγιον), ενκατέλιπεν, 188α.

gelhardt's Die Lateinische Konjugation, 147 foll. English Literature v. Greek and Latin Classics in the

Universities, 8 foll., 83. enthymeme, 99-100. ήδα pro ήώ: ηος pro έως, 1980. Ep. Barnab., 3026. έπασσύτερος, 35ο. Epic metre, theory of the origin of, 92a. étionuaola, meanings of in Cicero, 796. επισμυγερός, 36α. epistola, orthography of, 746. Epithalamia of Sappho, 926. drit poros, kúpros-testamentarii, legitimi, dativi, 165. επωβελία, 15ία.

Epochs of Church History. The Church of the Early

Fathers, Plummer's, 237. έρεβεννός, 350. Ergasilus, 304a. cro = Gr. &, 1486. έρος, 360. "Erotic discourses of Socrates,' Thompson on the, 35a. TO KETO—not to XETO-Od. iv. (705), 3226. COKUKleiv, 298a. Essais de Métrique grecque, Chaignet's, 303. co01, Epic dative plural in, 37a., 91a. Étude sur la langue de la rhétorique et de la critique

littéraire dans Cicéron, Causeret's, 222 foll. Étude sur Quinte Curce, sa vie et son oeuvre, Dosson's,

307. Études Classiques avant la Révolution, Sicard's, 167. ebade, 356., 1996. Eudoxi ars astronomica, F. Blass (ed. 2), 272. Eugippius' Excerpta ex operibus S. Augustini, Knoell's, 139 foll.

Vita S. Severini, Knoell's, 224 foll. εύκηλος, 360. eðanpa, ib. Euripides, 1. T. (15, 35), 240-1.

Ion (978, 1027), 115.
Medea (1052), Badham's reading, 134a.
Medea, edd. of, by Barthold, Glazebrook and
Heberden, 132 foll.

Or. (399), 241.
Phaethon, (coll. Or. 982 ff.). 1506.

(See also under .Greek Writers.') ευτραπελία, 108α. ευχωλάς, 916. Evangelium Palatinum, Tischendorf's, 281. Evans' (A. J.) notice of Head's Historia Numorum,

171 foll.
Excavations at Assarlik, 81-2.

Cyprus, 25, 26, 317.
Delphi, 82.
Jasos, 176, 317.
Majorca, 317.
Mantineia, ib.
Minorca, ib.
Nisyros, 82.
Orvieto, 117.
Sidon, 117, 318.
Smyrna, 82.
Tiryns, 317.
Trieste, ib.
Volo, 80.
difficulties in the way of, 25.

in the Dionysiac theatre, 297-8. Experiments in Archaic Metre, G. C. Warr, 168. extenuare, extenuatio, 223. Extracts for Translation, selected by R. C. Jebb,

H. Jackson and W. E. Currey, 309.
Fables of Avianus, Cannegieter's, 188.

Robinson Ellis', ib.
Facsimiles of MSS. of Latin Classics, 230-1.
facundus (facundia) of literary eloquence, 166.
Farrar's Grock Grammar Rules, (8 93), 128b.

shades of meaning in Conditional Sentences
1256.
Faults in Milton's Latin Poetry, 46 foll.
Fayâm, the papyri from, 186.
Festi Breviarium, Wagener’s, 158.
Festus, Reitzenstein on, 307-8.
Fick, Three books on Homer, 35 foll. 91 foll.
Field's, (Dr.) Otium Norvicense, 4d., 107a.
Pontes iuris Romani antiqui, Bruns', 157-8.
foris esse, 696.
Forsyth's Hortensius, 2736.
Fowler's (W. W.) notice of Church's Carthage, 204.

notice of Girard's Droit public Romain, 165-6.

Fowler's (W. W.) notice of Holden's Plutarchi Sulla, 152-3.

notice of Mahaffy's Alexander's Empire, 203-4. Fragmenta Herculanensia, Scott's, 185 foll.

Poetarum Latinorum, Baehrens', 74. Fragments of Aristotle, 205. France, Classical education in : letters from a French

University Professor, 205, 245, 282. Fränkel's reprint of Boeckh's Die Staatshaushaltung

der Athener, 149 foll. Freeman's Lectures on Comparative Politics, 586.

Lectures on Historical Study, 112. Friedländer's Martial, 56 foll. Frogs, Greek, note on, 20. Funk's Doctrina duodecim Apostolorum, 302. Furni, archaeological researches at, 826. Furneaux' (H.) notice of Knoke's Kriegzüge des

Germanicus in Deutschland, 277-8.

Person's Tacitus, 154. g in ne g-otium, ne-g-legens, ne-g-o, 1206. Gardner's Peloponnesus, 248-9. Garrucci's Le monete dell'Italia Antica, 173a. Gasquy's Cicéron Jurisconsulte, 73. Geare's Notes on Thucydides, Book I., 231. yéros, 366. General Karte des Königreiches Griechenland, 279. Gentleman's Magazine Library, the : Romano-British

Remains, Part I. Gomme's, 298 foll. Gerousia, functions of the, 44a. Gertz' L. Annaci Senecae dialogorum libri xii. 19. Geschichte der griechischen Literatur, Bender's, 19.

der Kömischen Kaiserzeit (Band II.), Schiller's,

266 foll. Gilbert's M. Valerii Martialis Epigrammaton Libri,74. Giles' (P.), note on Liv. xlii. 17, coll. Appian, Maced.

xi. (7, 8), 170. Girard's translation of Mommsen's Staatsrecht, 165-6. Glazebrook's (M.G.) Euripides, Medea, reviewed by

A. W. Verrall, 132 foll. notice of Austrian Staff Maps of Greece, 279 notice of Neumann and Partsch's Physikalische

Geographie von Griechenland, 203. notice of Oberhummer's Akarnania, Ambrakia,

&c., 279. Glossary, Greek and Latin, Laon MS., 147a.

the Harley, 40. gauoides, on the meaning of, 244. Godley's Tacitus, Histories, i. ii., 154. Gomme's Romano-British Remains (The Gentleman's

Magazine Library), 298 foll. Gomperz (Prof.), 185, 188. Goodwin's treatment of Conditional Sentences, 125. Gorgias and Phaedrus, Thompson's editions of the, 346. Goulain's (Jean) Information des Princcs, MS. of, 1476. Graeco-Roman Population, Beloch's, 164. Grammaire Latine, Reinach's, 200

éléments de (d'après Lhomond), Edon's, ib. γραφαί τιμηταί, 1656. γραφή κακώσεως, ιο. Graves' (C. E.) notice of Geare's Notes on Thucyd.

ides I., 231.
gravitas of Roman eloquence, 274a.
Greece, Austrian Staff Maps of, 279.

Geography of, Neumann and Partsch's, 283
Travels in, by Mahaffy, Krumbacher, and Sandys,

237-8.
Greek Accentuation, Wheeler's, 103 foll.

and Latin Classics v. English Literature, 8 foll., 93.

and Latin Metre, Havet's, edited by Duvau, 162. Composition :

Carmen Sacculare Graece redditum, 114.
Dedication (from the “Echoes of Hellas "), 309.

Greek Composition (continued)

ή μελάνοσσος Σούσαννα, 76.
Experiments in Archaic Metre, 68.

Etépavos, Theodore Korsch, 161.
Course of Modern, Zompolides', 112.

Dramatists, Studies on the, Schmidt's, 93 foll.
Frogs, note on, 20.
Literature, Bender's, 19

Lyric Poets, Pomtow's, 152.
Metre, Essays on, Chaiguet's, 303.

early, Usener's, 162-3. Plays, some school editions of-Sophocles, by

Campbell and Abbott ; Euripides, Medoa, by

Barthold, Glazebrook and Heberden-132 foli. Prose, Lectures on, A. Sidgwick's, 73-4.

Sculpture, Introduction to, Upcott's, 72; cp. p. 26. Testament, Lexicons to the, 106 foll,

on some political terms in the, 4 foll., 42 foll.
references to the :-
S. Matthew (viii. 5-xvii

. 13, forming the sccond book of Macarius Chrysocephalus' Catena on S. Matthew), 2816. ; (viii. 15), 269a. ; (xi. 29.) 302b. ; (xvii. 21 ; xix. 17 ; xxiv. 36), 2686. ; (xxiv. 15f.), 319b. ; (xxvi. 29), 302b. ; (xxvii.

35), 2686.; (xxvii. 46), 1956.; (xxviii. 18), 2686. S. Mark, (v. 41; vii. 34), 1956.; (vi. 11 ; ix. 44,

46 ; xv. 28 ; xvi. ad fin.), 2686. ; (vii. 11), 196a.; (ix. 34), 456. ; (xii. 19, åoinuı), 24b. ; (xiii. 14 coll. Matt. xxiv. 15f., Luke xxi. 209.),

3196. ; (xv. 34), 1956. ; (xv. 43), 436. S. Luke (i. 15), 196a.; (ii. 1), 45a. ; (vii. 49,

åpinue), 24b. ; (xiv, 32), 446.; (xxi. 20.), 319b.;

(xxiii. 50), 436. ; (xxiv. 9, 11), 28la. S. John (viii. 37), 1086. ; (xiv. 27, &pinue), 24b. ;

xv. 1), 302b. Acts (i. 16-21), 179a. ; (ii. 6, 7), 195a.; (ii. 10),

6a.; (ii. 14), 195a. ; (ii. 24), 436. ; (iv. 13), 446.; (v. 12; xii. 20), 456 ; (v. 21), 440, ; (ix. 4, 7; xxii. 7, 9), 108a.; (x. 22), 430. ; (xii. 214.), 42a. ; (xiv. 11), 1956. ; (xv. 10), 3026. ; (xvi. 4), 45a. ; (xvi. 12), 1960. ; (xvi. 21), 66. ; (xvii. 5), 42a. ; (xvii. 7), 450. ; (xvii. 21), 6a. ; (xix. 30, 33, 39, 40, 41), 42a ; (xix. 31, 'Ασιάρχαι), 4α. η. ; (xix. 35, ο γραμματεύς του δήμου), . η. ; (xxi. 40), 195ι. ο; (xxiii. 30), 45a. ; (xxiv. 2, 10, 17), 43a. ;

(xxvi. 4), 43a. ; (xxviii. 19), 43a. Romans (iii. 13-18), 182a.; (v. 1-11), 1829. ; (xv.

20), 46b.; (xvi. 2), 6b.; (xvi. 23, ó oikovó uos Tís Tólews), 4a. n.; (xvi. 25), 107a.; J. H. A.

Michelsen on, 1816., 182a. 1 Corinthians (i. 13), 235a.; (vii. 21), 2350. ;

(vii. 34), 2356. ; (x. 29), 2356.; (xi. 1-16), 181b.; (xiii. 2 ; xiv. 2), 1076.; (xiii. 4), 268a.; (xiv. 16, 23f.), 446.; (xvi. 22), 1966.; Canon

Evans' treatment of iva as exemplified in, 235a. 2 Corinthians (ii. 14), 108b. ; (iii. 18), 1086. ; (v.

20), 446. ; (xi. 6), 44b. ; (xi. 32), 76.; Heinrici's

Commentary on, 2916.
Galatians (ii. 5; iii. 5-10 ; 15-25 ; with refer-

ence to Marcion's text), 2916.; (iii. 19), 2356.;

(iii. 23), 8a. b.
Ephesians (i. 9), 108a.; (ii. 12 f.) 56.; (ii. 15),
45a.; (iv. 11), 716. ; (v. 32), 1076.; (vi. 18),
4b.; (vi. 19), 108a.; (vi. 20), 446.; Professor

Godet on, 179a.
Philippians (i. i), 716.; (i. 27), 6b.; (ii. 6), 306.

716.; (iii. 20), 7a ; (iv. 7), 8b.
Colossians (ii. 14, 20), 45a.
2 Thessalonians (ii. 1), 436.
1 Timothy (i. 15) 4a.
Philemon (9), 1066.
Hebrews (x. 25), 43b.; xi. (uaprupeiolai passim),

46a.; (xi. 9, 13, 16), 56.

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