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138; The Marking of Long Vowels and Latin Pronunciation, 193-194; Mr. Coffin's article, The Status and Justification of Latin, 217; Dr. Gray on Methods of teaching Latin, 225. By Charles Knapp:

Mr. Bradley's Program of Reform, 9-10; The Place of Translations in the Study of the Classics, 17-18; Professor M. H. Morgan's Volume, Addresses and Essays, 41-42; President Buckham on Greek, 57-58; On Translations of Classical Authors, 65-66; Quotations from The Nation on Greek, 113; A Uniform System of Grammatical Terminology, 129; Matthew Arnold's Essays in Criticism, Third Series, 145-146, 153-154; Professor Yeames on Translation of the Classics, Mr. Hamilton on Greek in the New York Schools, 161-162; Professor Harrington's Book, Live Issues in Classical Study, 169-170; Professor Gayley on Classical Education, 177-178; The Annual Meeting of The Classical Association of New England, 185-186; The Annual Meeting of The Classical Association of the Middle West and South, 201-203; The Annual Meeting of The Classical Association of the Atlantic States, 209-210; On Statistics, 217-218.

REVIEWS

Hogarth, David G.: Ionia and the East (Hirst), 14-15; Pearson, A. C.: Euripides: The Phoenissae (Bennett), 15; Stewart, J. A.: Plato's Doctrine of Ideas (Macurdy), 21-22; Summaries of Divers Reviews in the Nation (Waters), 22-23; Muzik, Hugo: Kunst und Leben im Altertum (Knapp), 29-30; Lanciani, Rodolfo: The Roman Forum (Knapp), 30; Watson, J. M.: Aristotle's Criticism of Plato (Macurdy), 30-31; Frothingham, A. L.: Roman Cities in Italy and Dalmatia (Moore), 36-37; Clark, C. U.: Ammiani Marcellini rerum gestarum libri qui supersunt (Moore), 45-56; Lanciani, Rodolfo: Wanderings in the Roman Campagna (Olcott), 54-55; Lewis, L. B. Pupil's Notebook and Study Outline in Oriental and Greek History (Radin), 55; Jenner, William A., and Wilson, Henry E.: Caesar's First Campaign. A Beginner's Latin Book (Hurlbut), 70-71; Davis, William Stearns: An Outline History of the Roman Empire (Radin), 77-78; Johnston, Harold Whetstone: Selected Orations and Letters of Cicero, revised by Hugh Macmaster Kingery (Curtis), 78; Holmes, T. Rice: Ancient Britain and the Invasions of Julius Caesar (Hurlbut), 85-86; Mackail, J. W.: Lectures on Greek Poetry (Shorey), 93-95; Gardiner, E. Norman: Greek Athletic Sports and Festivals (Gulick), 101-102; Van Herwerden, H.: Lexicon Graecum Suppletorium et Dialecticum (Sturtevant), 102; Lang, Andrew: The World of Homer (Scott), 109-111; Shorey, Paul, and Laing, Gordon J.: Horace, Odes and Epodes (Rolfe), 117-118; Staples, Frederick C.: Ritchie's First Steps in Latin. Ritchie's Second Steps in Latin (Franklin), 127; Heitland, W. E. : The Roman Republic (Botsford), 132-133; Rothe, Carl: Die Ilias als Dichtung (Scott), 134-135; Nicklin, T.: T. Livi Ab Urbe Condita Liber IX (Lease), 142-143; Sihler, E. G.: Annals of Caesar: A Critical Biography with a Sur

vey of the Sources (Botsford), 143; Tucker, T. G.: Life in the Roman World of Nero and St. Paul (Wilson), 148-150; Kirk, Abby, and Bull, Emily L.: First Latin Book (Lodge), 150-151; Rolfe, John C. and Roberts, Arthur W.: Caesar's Gallic War, Books I-IV, and Selections from V-VII (Gleason), 151; Baikie, James: The Sea-Kings of Crete (Smith), 158-159; Stolz, Friedrich: Lateinische Laut- und Formenlehre (Sturtevant), 164; Smith, Charles Foster, and Laird, Arthur Gordon: Herodotus, Books VII and VIII (Burchard), 165; Scott, H. F., and Van Tuyl, Charles H.: A Caesar Composition Book (Hodges), 165-166; Hawes, C. H. and H. B. Crete, the Forerunner of Greece (Smith), 166; Scott, Izora: Controversies over the Imitation of Cicero as a Model for Style (Hendrickson), 174-175; Mutzbauer, Carl: Die Grundlagen Der Griechischen Tempuslehre und die Homerische Tempusgebrauch. Zweiter Band (Wheeler), 175; Riess, Ernst: Cicero's Letters (Kirtland), 181-183; Mather, M. W. and Hewitt, J. W.: Xenophon's Anabasis, Books I-IV (Thompson), 189; Jones, Horace Leonard: The Poetic Plural of Greek Tragedy in the Light of Homeric Usage (Bishop), 189-190; Davies, Gilbert A.: Demosthenes, Philippics (Van Hook), 196; Petersen, Walter: Greek Diminutives in -ov (Sturtevant), 197-198; Roberts, W. Rhys: Dionysius of Halicarnassus on Literary Composition (Van Hook), 206-207; Davis, William Stearns: The Influence of Wealth in Imperial Rome (Olcott), 214-215; Mierow, C. C.: The Essentials of Latin Syntax (Tibbetts), 221-223; Shewan, Alexander: The Lay of Dolon: Iliad X (Scott), 230-231.

BOOK NOTICES

Latin and Greek in American Education, Papers from the Michigan Classical Conference, 57; Bennett's Syntax of Early Latin, by G. Lodge, 89; Sandys's A Companion to Latin Study, 103; Cook's

A Latin Anthology, by G. D. Kellogg, 118; The Sammlung Göschen, by E. B. Lease, 118; New Testament in Greek, by G. D. Kellogg, 118; Kirtland's The Reconstruction of the Latin Course, 127; Books for Sight Reading, by C. Knapp, 127, 223; Wilkinson's Hannibal's March through the Alps, 199; Platt's Translation of Aristotle's De Generatione Animalium, 199. List of Recent Books, 7, 23, 31, 39, 71, 159.

REPRINTS

Excavations at Sardis (The Nation), 31; Cretan Reproductions in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Bulletin of the Museum), 37-39; Wilamowitz-Moellendorff: Greek Historical Writing (Pamphlet published by the Clarendon Press), 39; The Excavation of Cyrene (The Nation), 4647; Keyser, C. J.: Greece (The Columbia Spectator), 47; Notice of Miss Jerrold's Book, Francesco Petrarca (The Nation), 63; Notice of J. W. Duff's A Literary History of Rome (The London Nation), 86-87; Emerson on Greek Art (Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson), 118-119; Comer, Cornelia A. P.: A Letter to the Rising Generation (The Atlantic Monthly), 119; Notice of M. A. Hamilton's Junior History of Rome (The Nation), 143; Excavations in Athens (The Nation), 143; Model of a Roman House (The Evening Telegram), 159; Uniform Grammatical Terminology (The Classical Journal), 191.

NOTES ON CLASSICAL AUTHORS

Caesar De Bello Gallico 2.11 (C. Knapp), 5-6, 79, (B. W. Bradley), 79; Horace, Epode 2 (H. Haight), 44-45; Cicero De Imperio Cn. Pompei 22 (M. Radin), 47; On obaeratus (E. Riess), 199; On Aeneid 3.329 (E. Riess), 223.

MEETINGS OF ASSOCIATIONS, CONFERENCES, CLUBS, ETC.

The New York Latin Club, 7 (Award of Scholarship), 31, 47, 62, 135, 191, 233; The Washington Classical Club, 62; The Classical Section of the New York High School Teachers' Association, 63; New York State Classical Teachers' Association, 87; The American Philological Association, 87; The Classical Association of Pittsburgh and Vicinity, 103, 190-191, 231; Christmas Festival of the Jamaica High School, 111; The Classical Association of the Atlantic States, 143, 167, 183.

MISCELLANEOUS

The (English) Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies (Wilson), 31; The American School of Classical Studies at Rome, 102; Latin Letter, by John E. Kenny, 103; Commission on College Entrance Requirements, 114; Professor West on the Position of those who advocate the Greek and Latin Classics, 119; College Entrance Examination Board's Examinations in Latin, 121; Latin Verses, Version of Herrick's Epitaph upon a Child that died, by B. O. Foster, 175; Greek at Ithaca (New York), 207; Performance of Medea of Euripides in Greek at Randolph-Macon College, 223; Latin Verses, by Caskie Harrison, 231; Latin Epigrams, by John E. Kenny, 231.

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