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The modern Zoroastrians of Persia ;

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New York Tribune, Sept. 4, 1904. Articles Media, Merv; the Jewish

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Strassburg and Leipzig, 1904. Avestan Zevishtyéng Aurvato, in

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Rev. of Carter's Virgil's Aeneid;

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Rev. of Kirtland's Ritchie's Fabulae

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Rev. of Hale & Buck's Latin Gram-

mar; Ib.,
Rev. of Caesars (Harkness & Forbes',

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

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from the Gallic and the Civil

Wars; Ib.
The fountain of youth; JAOS, xxvi

(1905), 167.
Various reviews in Nat. and in

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Handbook of Latin homonyms, pp.

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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. Eva JOHNSTON. De sermone Terentiano quaestiones

duae; Königsberg, 1905 (diss.

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XX, 322–338.
Use of the French equivalents of

Latin em, en, and ecce; MLN,
XX, 131-134.


GEORGE DWIGHT KELLOGG. Reports of Philologus, lxii (N. F. Bd.

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CR, xix, 153-155.
The city gates of Demetrias; AJA,

ix, 166–169. W. H. KIRK. Notes on the first book of the Aeneid;

AJP, xxv, pp. 274 ff. JOHN C. KIRTLAND, JR. The college requirements and the

secondary school work; SR, xiii,

818-827. Also in Journal of the National

Educational Association for 1905,

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101, 102, 103.
Some points in the literary study of

Virgil ; SR, xxiii, 492-508.
Rev. of Platner's Topography and

monuments of ancient Rome;

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Rev. of Hülsen's Das Forum Roma-

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city ? Sewanee Review, 1905, 1

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University Publishing Co., 1905. The same, text edition, pp. 177,


Our foreign-born educators; Mun.

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The ship of the pilgrim fathers ; Ib.,

1905, 419-421. Are the present methods of admis.

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7-11. The facade of the temple of Apollo,

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theory of style; AJP, xxvi (1905), 44-59.

The meaning and etymology of the

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der deutschen morgenländischen

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Associate editor ; cj.
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words and the traditional word-
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Cicero's appreciation of Greek art;

AJP, xxv, 306-314.
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E. H. Spieker, 1904.
Greek prose composition: by C. W.

Gleason, 1905. Euripides' Medea : by Prof. M. L.

Earle, 1904. Aeschylus' Prometheus : by Prof. J.

E. Harry, 1905. Thucydides, i-ii: by Prof. W. A.

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American Book Co.
The ablative absolute in the epistles

of Cicero, Seneca, Pliny, and

Fronto; AJP, xxv, 315-327.
The attitude of Dio Cassius toward

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istic series, i, tor-147. Imperial methods of inscription on

restored buildings: Augustus and

Hadrian; AJA, ix, 427-449.
Report on Greek in a course of study

for high schools of Michigan, pub-
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lic Instruction, Bulletin No. xii

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Journal of Ethics, July, 1905.
Some present problems in the history

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Rev. of Lindsay's Nonius Marcellus ;

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A new fragment of Apollodorus of

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The newly discovered Chancun de

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234. The Chanson de Willame, a French

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Julia Mamaea; UMS, i, 67-100.
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xxv (1904), 114. Notice of the projected American

bureau for the publication of facsimiles of Mss; AJP, xxv (1904),

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