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of literary tradition a large number of passages from modern poetry covering a wide range have been inserted in the notes. These passages are either direct imitations of Virgil or they deal with ideas suggested by his works. A fuller explanation of Virgil's metrical form and more detailed directions for reading have also been added.
J. B. GREENOUGH,
G. L. KITtredge.
klassischen Altertums. Munich.
De Clarac. - Musée de Sculpture.
G. & K.- Das Leben der Griechen und
ologie, und Kunst, herausgegeben von
H. & P.- Herculanum et Pompei, par
Inghirami. - Galeria Omerica.
Monumenti per servire alla
Mill.-A. L. Millin's Mythologische
Müller. Denkmäler der alten Kunst,
Kunst (revised by Wieseler).
Visconti. - - Visconti, Iconographie Ro-
Fortune seated on a throne (solium). Bronze from Pompeii.
Reception of Ilioneus by Dido. Vatican Fragments.
- Women supplicating Pallas.
- Cassandra raving on the walls. H. & P.
Part of the Tabula Iliaca, carved (or cast in gypsum) with illustra-
Æneas's vision of the Penates. Vatican Fragments.
Sacrifice. Relief on the altar of Mercury at Pompeii. Photograph.
Venus and Neptune. Vatican Fragments.
Carchesium. Ancient vase. Annali dell'Istituto.
Serpent (genius loci) tasting the offerings on an altar.-Youth with
sacred bush. H. & P.
Galley. Wall painting at Pompeii. Baum.
Nereids. Ancient Stucco.
Horse with trappings. Roman tomb. Lindenschmidt, Tracht.
Ulysses shooting with the bow. Vase painting.
Cerberus. Æneas and the Sibyl.-In the background, judgment
Laodamia. Ancient relief. Baum.
Tantalus, Ixion, and Sisyphus. Wall painting from a tomb.
Augustus with the civic crown.
Pompey. Ancient statue. Visconti.
Charon and shades. Relief.
IN THE NOTES.