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Title:
Supplementary papers of the American School of Classical Studies in Rome. v. 1-2 ...
Author:
American School of Classical Studies in Rome.
Physical Description:
2 volumes : illustrations, XVIII plates (part folded, including maps, plans, facsimile) folded tables ; 30 x 24 cm
General Note:
At head of title: Archaeological Institute of America.

Papers of the school were ordinarily published in the American Journal of Archaeology, 2d. ser.; supplementary volumes wre authorized when material for publication either exceeded the space available in the journal, or when it was of such a nature as to make a different mode of publication advisable. (cf. v. 1, Prefatory note) The present volumes form the only collection of papers issued separately by the school in Rome. (Lists of the papers published in other journals, 1898-1907, may be found in the Supplementary papers, v. 1-2, Prefatory note) From 1909-12, the reports, etc., of the school were published in the Bulletin of the Archaeological Institute of America. On January 1, 1913, the American School of Classical Studies in Rome became a part of the American Academy in Rome.
Language:
English
Contents:
v. 1. Stamps on bricks and tiles from the Aurelian wall at Rome, by G.J. Pfeiffer, A.W. Van Buren, and H.H. Armstrong. La Civita near Artena in the province of Rome, by Thomas Ashby, Jr., and G.J. Pfeiffer. Carsioli: a description of the site and the Roman remains, with historical notes and a bibliography, by G.J. Pfeiffer and Thomas Ashby, Jr. Die Aphrodite von Arles, by Arthur Mahler. A new variant of the "Sappho" type, by H.R. Cross. The Christian sarcophagus in S. Maria Antiqua in Rome, by C.R. Morey. The text of Columella, by A.W. Van Buren. The date of the election of Julian, by C.R. MOrey. Report on archaeological remains in Turkestan, by Richard Norton.--v. 2. The advancement of officers in the Roman army, by G.H. Allen. Roman monumental arches, by C.D. Curtis. The palimpsest of Cicero De re publica, by A.W. Van Buren. Inscriptions fromRome and Central Italy, by J.C. Egbert.
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