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CLASSICAL DICTIONARIES

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A CLASSICAL DICTIONARY OF GREEK
AND ROMAN BIOGRAPHY, MYTHOL-
OGY, AND GEOGRAPHY

Revised throughout and in part rewritten by G. E. MARINDIN, M.A.
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DICTIONARY OF GREEK AND ROMAN
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Including the Laws, Institutions, Domestic Usages, Painting, Sculpture,
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The Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies,

19 BLOOMSBURY SQUARE, LONDON, W.C. 1

President: PROFESSOR F. HAVERFIELD, LL.D. D.LITT. V.P.S.A.

THE Society embraces the history, art, and archaeology of Rome, Italy, and the Roman Empire, down to about A.D. 700.

In connexion with the Hellenic Society, the Roman Society maintains a joint library of Greek and Roman art, archaeology and history, and a collection of lantern slides and photographs. Members are entitled to borrow books and slides, and these can be sent through the post.

Communications respecting books and slides should be made to the Librarian,

Afternoon meetings for the reading and discussion of papers are held at Burlington House, W. Notices of these are sent to all members.

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Persons desirous of joining the Society should communicate with the Secretary.

THE JOURNAL OF ROMAN STUDIES (11 x 7 inches) is published by the Society in half-yearly parts, and sent post free to all members.

The papers in Vol. I (1911) and Vol. II (1912) include:

ANDERSON, J. G. C. The Quinquennium Neronis.
ASHBY, THOMAS, Recent Excavations at Ostia.
BARKER, Miss E. R. The Catacombs of St. Callixtus.
CALDER, W. M. Roman Inscriptions in Asia Minor.
CUMONT, Professor, and ANDERSON, J. G. R. Three

New Inscriptions.

DESSAU, Professor. British Centurions.
DOUGLAS, Miss. Juno Sospita.

ESDAILE, Mrs. A Statue in the Palazzo Barberini.
ESDAILE, Mrs. The Apex or Tutulus.

HAVERFIBLD, Professor. Roman Coast Defences of
Britain.

HAVERFIELD, Professor. Roman London.

HAVERFIELD, Professor, and STUART JONES, H.
Romano-British Art.

MACDONALD, G. The Corbridge Gold Coins.
REINACH, SALOMON. A Bronze Statuette of Zeus.

RBID, Professor J. S.
REID. Professor J. S.
STRONG, Mrs. S. A.

1911 at Rome.

Roman Public Law.

Human Sacrifices at Rome.
The Archaeological Exhibition of

VON DOMASZEWSKI, Professor. The Magna Mater.
WARDE FOWLER, W. The original meaning of the word
Mundus Patet.

Sacer."
WARDE FOWLER, W.
Vol. III (1913) is in active preparation.

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The fullest evidence as to Hellenistic usage in this respect may be obtained from a study of Hatch and Redpath's Concordance to the Septuagint. Under the heading ééρxeσdai about 708 passages are quoted, and of these only 4 contain a Present or Imperfect form. All the rest offer forms from the stems ἐξελθ-, ἐξελευσ- and ἐξεληλυθ-. The explanation is provided by the following table of statistics compiled from Hatch and Redpath:

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