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PHILLIPS BARRY.

On Luke xv, 25, ovμpwvia=bag

pipe; JBL, 1904.

The ballad of the demon lover; MLN, October, 1904.

Some traditional songs; American Journal of Folklore, JanuaryMarch, 1905.

Traditional ballads in New England:

I, Ib., April-June, 1905; II, 1b.,
July-September, 1905; III, Ib.,
October-December, 1905.

JOHN W. BASORE.

Direct speech in Lucan as an element of epic technic; PAPA, xxxv (1904), xciv-xcvi.

WILLIAM N. BATES.

Revision of Hertzberg's History of Greece, vol. iii, in A history of all nations; Philadelphia: Lee Bros., 1905.

A signed amphora of Meno; AJA, ix, 170-181.

The Etruscan inscriptions in the

Free Museum of Science and
Art; Trans. of the Dept. of
Archaeology, Univ. of Penn., i, pt.
3, 165-168, and pl. xix-xxii.
Von Mach's Greek sculpture, AJP,
Xxxv, 208-209.

The new marbles in the museum,
Univ. of Penn. Alumni Register,
ix, 147 ff.

The palace at Cnossus; The American Architect, lxxxix (1906), 87 ff. PAUL BAUR.

Tityros; AJA, ix, 157-165. EDWARD A. BECHTEL.

Livy, the war with Hannibal, pp. 174; Chicago: Scott, Foresman & Co., 1905.

A. J. BELL.

Virgil and the drama; SR, June,

1905, 458-474.

A visit to the Mamertine; Acta Victoriana, 1905, 148–153.

GEORGE R. BERRY.

The book of proverbs, in An American commentary on the Old Testament; American Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia. LOUIS BEVIER, JR.

The vowel ao (as in raw), o (as in rode), u (as in rude); Physical Review, August, 1905.

CHARLES EDWARD BISHOP.

Rev. of The unfolding of the ages; Baltimore Sun, November, 1905. DAVID HORACE BISHOP. Composition work and literature study in the high school; Vanderbilt University Quarterly, iv, 242-255.

MAURICE BLOOMFIELD.

On the minor and problematic IndoEuropean languages; PAPA, xxxv (1904), xxvii-xxxiv. Cerberus, the dog of Hades, the history of an idea; pp. 41; Chicago: The Open Court Publishing Co. Brahmanical riddles and the origin of theosophy; Congress of Arts and Science, Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904, ii, 481-492. The long-lost Mani Bible; Harper's Monthly, March, 1906, 527-533. GEORGE MELVILLE BOLLING. The Çantikalpa of the AtharvaVeda; TAPA, xxxv (1904), 77127.

Articles on Sanskrit and Vedic in the

Encyclopaedia Americana.
Rev. of T. W. Rhys Davids, Buddhist
India; AHR, x, 136–137.
Rev. of Vincent A. Smith, The early
history of India; AHR, xi, 121–

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Authority in English pronunciation;

Popular Science Monthly.

JAMES W. BRIGHT.

The gospel of Saint John in West-
Saxon, edited from the manu-
scripts, with introduction and
notes, and with a glossary by
Lancelot Minor Haris; Boston:
D. C. Heath & Co., 1904.
The gospel of Saint Matthew in
West-Saxon, edited from the
manuscripts; Boston: D. C.
Heath & Co., 1904.
The gospel of Saint Mark in West-
Saxon, edited from the manu-
scripts; Boston: D. C. Heath &
Co., 1905.

CARROLL NEIDE BROWN.

Fragment of a treasure list found in the acropolis wall of Athens; AJA, viii, 1904 (with plate). CARL DARLING BUCK.

Notes on certain forms of the Greek dialects; CR, xix, 242–250, 286.

ISAAC B. BURGESS.

A tabulated statement of instances in which a difference in the quantity of vowels indicates a difference in the meaning, rev. ed. 1905, pp. 4; Morgan Park (Ills.) Academy Book Room.

CURTIS C. BUSHNELL.

For Christmas day and other verse translations of Latin hymns, pp. 10; Syracuse: The Mason Press, 1904.

MITCHELL CARROLL.

The site of ancient Phalerum;
GWUB, iii, October, 1904.
Thucydides, Pausanias, and the
Dionysium in Limnis; CR, xix,
325-328.

Abstract of same; AJA, ix, 70-71.
Aristotle's aesthetics of painting and
sculpture; GWUB, iv, October,
1905.

SAMUEL ALEXANDER CHAMBERS. The vowel and the coronal vowels in English; PAPA, xxxv (1904), lxxx f.

French instruction in California, its aims and methods; SR, xii, No. 6.

J. E. CHURCH, JR.

The construction of Juvenal, Sat. i;

PAPA, xxxv (1904), lxxi-lxxiv. Old problems in Horace and Virgil: (a) Horace, Carm. i, 3, 1-8; (b) Virgil, Aeneid, i, 249; (c) Virgil's use of the proper names of the winds in the Aeneid; PAPA, xxxv. (1904), xcvi-xcvii.

Rev. of Roman historical sources and institutions, UMS, humanistic series, i; Michigan Alumnus, xi, 301-303.

A pilgrimage to Delphi and Mt. Parnassus; Normal College News, iii, 105-115.

EDWARD BULL CLAPP.

A quantitive difficulty in the new
metric; CR, 1904, 339-340.
The causes of Germany's eminence
in productive scholarship; Uni-
versity Chronicle, 1904, 41–49.
On reading Greek; ER, 1905, 243-

249.

CHARLES N. COLE.

On Lucretius, v, 43 f.; CR, May, 1905.

HERMANN COLLITZ.

Zum Awesta-Alphabet; Verhandl. d. xiii. internat. Oriental-Kongresses (Leiden, 1904), 107-108. Das Analogiegesetz der westgermanischen Ablautsreihen; MLN, xx, 65-68.

Dürfen and its cognates (note on F. A. Wood's article); MLN, xx, 105.

Zum vokalischen Auslautsgesetze der
germanischen Sprachen; MLN,
XX, 129–131.

Die Herkunft der a-Deklination;
Beiträge zur Kunde der indogerm.
Sprachen, xxix, 81–114.

ARTHUR STODDARD COOLEY.

Greece in 1904; Boston Evening
Transcript, October, 1904.

WILLIAM A. COOPER.

The life of Goethe, vol. i, 1749-1788, pp. xvi + 439, illustrated; New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. [First part of authorized translation of Bielschowsky's Goethe, sein Leben und seine Werke.]

WALTER DENNISON.

A visit to the battlefields of Caesar;
SR, xiii, 139–149.

A new head of the so-called Scipio type; an attempt at its identification; AJA, ix, 11-43.

The latest excavations in the Roman Forum; Records of the Past, 1905, 171-179.

Book Reviews; Bibliotheca Sacra, lxi, 396, 397, lxii, 193, 194, 581584.

BENJAMIN L. D'OOGE.

Latin composition to accompany Greenough, D'Ooge, and Daniell's Second year Latin, pp. x + 131; Boston: Ginn & Co., 1904. Latin composition for secondary schools, pp. vi. + 321; same, 1905. The teaching of Latin composition in secondary schools, pp. 12; same, 1905.

HERMAN L. EBELING.

Report of Hermes, xxxviii; AJP, xxv, 219-224, 468-473; do., xxxix; Ib., xxvi, 225-230, 474-480.

H. C. ELMER.

Some faults in our Latin dictiona-
ries; CR, xix (1905), 112-117.
A suggestion for a new Latin dic-

tionary; PAPA, XXXV (1904),
xxxiv-xxxvii.

The metrical reading of Latin poetry, an address before the fourteenth meeting of the New York Latin Club; LL, May 8, 1905.

JEFFERSON ELMORE.

A note on Horace' Sat. i, 6, 126;
CR, xix, 400-401.

On Aristophanes' Peace, 990; Ib.,
436-437.

Abstract of same; PAPA, xxxXV (1904), xcii-xciii.

ARTHUR FAIRBANKS.

Archaeology an instrument of anthro

pology; Iowa Journal of History
and Politics, July, 1904.

Excavations in the Roman Forum in
1904 (report); AJA, ix, 74.
The cosmography of the Greeks;
AJT, 1905, 791-793.
Editor; CJ, 1905.

EDWIN W. FAY.

Studies of Latin words in -cinio-, -cinia-; II, -cinium, "calling," a partially developed Latin suffix; CR, xviii, 349-351; III, Zb., 461– 463.

The Indo-Iranian nasal verbs; I, AJP, xxv, 369-389; II, Ib., xxvi, 172-203.

EDWARD FITCH.

Greek scholar; Chapter vi of Old
Greek, a memoir of Edward
North; McClure, Phillips & Co.,
1905.

ROY C. FLICKINGER.

The meaning of ἐπὶ τῆς σκηνῆς in writers of the fourth century, pp. 16; Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1904.

Plutarch as a source of information

on the Greek theater, pp. 64, Chicago: the University of Chicago Press, 1904.

HAROLD NORTH FOWLER.

The bronze chariot in the Metropolitan Museum; Chautauquan, 1905, 50-55.

Editorial work in AJA.

BASIL L. GILDERSLEEVE.

Editorial and other contributions;
AJP.

A syntactician among the psychologists; Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, ii (1905), 92–97.

CLARENCE WILLARD GLEASON.

Greek prose composition for schools, based upon Xenophon's Anabasis, I, i-viii, pp. 155; in Greek series for colleges and schools, ed. by H. W. Smyth; New York: American Book Co., 1905.

JOHN GREENE.

Notes on the emphatic neuter; CR, xviii, 448-450.

ALFRED GUDEMAN.

Articles in vol. i of the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae: ambulabilis, ambulacrum, ambulatilis, ambulatio, ambulativa, ambulatiuncula, ambulator, ambulatrix, ambulatorium, ambulatura, ambulatus, ambulo (pp. 1868-1877), amicimen, amicio (pp. 1890-1891), amicto, amictorius, amictum, amictus, amiculatus, amiculum (pp. 18991902), amnicola, amniculus, amnicus, amnigenus, amnis (pp. 1941– 1951), amplectibilis, amplector, amplexabundus, amplexatio, amplexio, amplexor, amplexus, ampliatio, ampliator, amplificatio, amplificator, amplifico, amplificus, amplio, amplitudo, ampliusculus, amplo, amplus, ample, ampliter, amplius, amplissime (pp. 19892017).

GEORGE DEPUE HADZSITS.

A commentary on materials essential to the teaching of Roman history; University of Cincinnati Press.

KARL P. HARRINGTON.

Horace as a nature poet; PAPA, xxxv (1904), v-vii.

The topography of Cicero's boyhood home; AJA, ix (1905), 85.

J. E. HARRY.

Edition of Aeschylus, Prometheus;
American Book Co., 1905.
A misinterpreted Greek optative;
PAPA, xxxv (1904), iv.
The same in full; CK, April, 1905.
The perfect subjunctive, optative,

and imperative in Greek; PAPA,
XXXV (1904), xxiv.

The same in full; CR, October,
1905.

L'Omission d' elvai, avec eroμos;
Revue de Philologie, Avril, 1904.

W. A. HEIDEL.

Rev. of Döring, Geschichte der griechischen Philosophie; Philosophical Review, xiv, 64–72.

OTTO HELLER.

Schiller, President's address at the
Schiller centennial celebration in
St. Louis; Westliche Post, May 9,
1905.

Schiller und wir, contribution to the
Chicago Schiller-Gedenkbuch, 58–
59.

Studies in modern German literature,

pp. ix +301; Boston: Ginn & Co., 1905.

Ahasver in der Kunstdichtung, a paper read before the German literature section at the International Congress of Arts and Science; MP, iii (1905), 61–68.

NATHAN WILBUR HELM.

Rev. of Johnston's The private life of the Romans; Journal of Pedagogy, xvii, 161 f.

Rev. of Carter's Virgil's Aeneid; Ib., 162 f.

Rev. of Kirtland's Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles; Ib., pp. 244-246.

Rev. of Hale & Buck's Latin Gram

mar; Ib., 303 f.

Rev. of Caesars (Harkness & Forbes',
Westcott's, Bennett's, Greenough,
D'Ooge, & Daniells', Towle &
Jenks'); Ib., 305-309.
Rev. of Allen & Greenough's New
Latin grammar; Ib., xviii, 64 f.
Rev. of Ciceros (von Minckwitz's,
Forbes', Bennett's, Tunstall's);
Ib., 71-75.

Rev. of Daniell and Brown's New

Latin composition; Ib., No. 2. Rev. of Pearson's Latin prose composition; Ib.

Rev. of Mather's Caesar, episodes from the Gallic and the Civil Wars; Ib.

E. WASHBURN HOPKINS.

The fountain of youth; JAOS, xxvi (1905), 167.

Various reviews in Nat. and in

AJT (1905), 79-84.

GEORGE B. HUSSEY.

Handbook of Latin homonyms, pp.

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The modern Zoroastrians of Persia ; Homiletic Review, xlviii (1904), 14-19.

Light on a ruined shrine: the fire

temple near Isfahan, illustrated; New York Tribune, Sept. 4, 1904. Articles Media, Merv; the Jewish Encyclopedia, viii.

Bokhara the noble; The Outlook,
lxxix, 319-326.

Khshathra Vairya, one of the Zoro-
astrian archangels, in the memo-
rial volume, Avesta, Pahlavi, and
ancient Persian studies in honor
of the late Dastur Peshotanji
Behramji Sanjana, pp. 159–169;
Strassburg and Leipzig, 1904.
Avestan Zevishtyéng Aurvato, in
Yasna, 50, 7; Ib., 178–181.
The great rock inscription of King
Darius; The Independent, Aug.
25, 1905, 425-429.
Articles Teheran and Zoroastrianism;
the Jewish Encyclopedia, xi-xii.
Edited Justi's Empire of the Persians
in the series, A history of all
nations, ii, 157-253; New York
and Philadelphia, 1905.
Edited Justi's India; Ib., ii, 295-
332.

CHARLES W. L. JOHNSON.

The accentus of the ancient Latin grammarians; TAPA, xxxv (1904), 65-76.

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