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THE JOUliNAL



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HELLENIC STUDIES



VOLUME X.

1889



KRAUS REPRINT

Nendeln/Liechtcnstein
1971



Reprinted by pennission of
THE SOCIETY FOR PROMOTION OF HELLENIC STUDIES

KRAUS REPRINT

A Division of

KRAUS-THOMSON ORGANIZATION LIMITED

Ncndeln/Liechtenstein

1971

Printed in Germany



CON^FENTS.



llulos of tlio Society ix

List of OllicoiM ami jMcmhcis xv

Additions to Library xxxii

Transactions of the Society, IMS'.) xxw

L Iloniains of Arcliaic Tmnplo of Artemis at Epliosus. Plates I IF., 1 V. —

A. S. MUKUAY 1

2. The Greek-Speaking Populati(}M of Southern Italy. -11. l\ Tozkii ... 11

3. Apollo llikc-^ios. — 15. V. Hk.vd 4.J

4. In.scriptions from Casarea, Lydae, Patara, i\Iyra. — -E. L. IIkk.s 4<)

5. Historical Notes on certain Modern '^rieek Folk-Son<5s. — I'Yoiiknck

]\IcPlIEU.SON 80

G. Metrological Note.s. — W. Kiiujkway.

III. — Had the People of Prehistorio Mycenae a VVeight-Stand.ird ? ... HO

IV. — How were tlie Primitive WeightStandards fixed ? 02

7. (3n the (Joiiiiposition of the Eastern Pe«liment of th<! Zens-Temple at

Olyuipia, and Alcamenes the Lemnian. Plate VI. — J. Si.\ Ui<

8. A Va.se of Polygnotan Style (J/.(/./. xi. ;}K).- P. (Lmidnek 117

0. Early Greek Va.ses and African (Jok)nie.s. — E. A. (»aui>ni:u 12(1

10. On tiie ' Ehitra ' and ' Ant ii^'one ' of So{)ho(ies. — W. Waiki.ss i.i.ovn... l.'M

11. A Study of IM.rygian Art (P:.rt II.)- W. M. ItAMSAY 1 J7

12. Thi' Imperial (Jerman Ar(haeol<>«,'i(aI Institute. — A. M K iiAKMs I'.Kt

13. Arteniis-Ltto and Apollo-liairhi'iios, — W. M. IIa.m.sav 2l<>

14. Two C'yliees lelatini,' to the E.xjiloits of Theseus. Plates 1., II. — Jank

E. Hakuison 2;il

15. Archaic Etruscan Paintin;,'s fiom Catie. Plate \ll. A. S. .MiiiKW. 2l;i

IG. A Small Archaic Lek)lho.s Plate V L'.".;',

17 Archaeology in Greece, l.S88-8'J. Plate VI I I- K. .\. (! vi;i..m;i; _'.'. !



(CONTENTS.



NOTICES t)F HOOKS.



I'AliK



ITeniuiinii's ' (iiiiUeifolcl von Marion ' ; E. Gartlucr's ' Naukratis, II.' ;
IJcundorf and Miciuann'n * Ileioon von (Jjblbaschi-Trysa ' ; Babolon's
'Cabinet des Anticjncs a la Hibliothcque Nationale ' ; Imhoof Lluiuor and
Keller's 'Tier uud Pllanzenbilder auf ^Miinzen und Gemmen ' ; Schreiber'.s
' Ilellenistische Ileliefbilder ' ; Benndorf's ' Vorlei,'eldiitter fiir archiiijlogische
Uebungen'3 Paris' 'Sculpture Antique'; Head'h ' Coina of Corinth';
Plans' ' "Horsemen " of Tarentum ' ; Busolt's ' Griechische Gescbiclitc, 2ter
Teil '; Holm's ' Grie.hiaclie Gescliielile, 2ter Band ' 281



(MJNTKNTS.



LIST OF PLATES.

J. A Cylix in the ponsessiou oi jNU.s.s Tikoupi. Sul»jccLs : Hur.iklcs and
Antaeus, Theseus and Procrustes. Drawn by E. Gillikbon.

II. A Cylix in the Bibliothc juo Natiouale, Paris. 8ul)jects : The Adventures
of Theseus. Drawn by F. Anderson.

III. Base of a Column from the Archaic Temple of Artemis at Ephcsos.

Photogravure.

IV. Fragments fi'om the Archaic Temple of Artemis at Ephesos. Photo-

gravure.

V. * Px'otokorinthiau ' Archaic Lokythos in the British Museum. Drawn by
F. Andkhson.

VI. Restoration of Eastern Pediment of the Zeus-Temple at Olympia.
Designed by J. Si.x.

VII. An Archaic Etruscan Painting from Caere.

VII [. Ground-Plan of the Acropolis at Athens. Drawn by R. W. Scuultz.



CON'I'KN'I'S.



LIST OF WOOD-CliTS, A:,



llestoj-ation of Cornice of Aicliaic Kphcsi.in Tt'iiijiln
lit'stoiation of Lioii-lleail from Arcliak; K[»lR'si:in Tomplc
Mouldings of Columns from Archaic ICpliesian Temple...
JJeKtoration of Colnmns from Arcjriic Kplicsian Temple

Ai)()llo llikesios on Ej)licsian Coin

Map of District of Casaroa in Caria

jNlap of J)i.strict of livdae in l.ycia

Cliariot from a JJlack-Figured llydria

llestoration of Kastciii Pediment at Olynipia \>y Ci)tiatrenicr(

Coin of Tliaso.s : Satyr and Nymph

Vase: Subject — Argonautac

Phrygian Architectural Patterns

Phrygian Kock-Reliefs

Details of Phrygian Altar.s

Plan and Details of Phrygian Pahice

Plan of Acropolis at Vapuldak

Details of Tombs at Yapuldak

Ktruscan Archaic Paintings from Caere

Typlion, from a Porus Pediment, Athens

Archaic Female Head, Athens

A ichaic Gorgou-lf cad, Athens

Athene, from a Stele, Athen.^



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RULES



Socictn for tl)t promdiciv of Mlcllcnir ^luiiics.



I. TiiK objects of this Society shall be as follows: —

1. To advance the .st'uly of Gieek laiifruage, literature, and art, and
to illustrate the history of the Greek race in the ancient, Byzantine,
and Neo-IIellcnic periods, by the publication of memoirs and unedited
documents or monuments in a Journal to be issued periodically.

II. To collect drawinc^s, facsimiles, transcripts, plans, and photoi^raphs
of Greek inscriptions, MSS., works of art, ancient sites and remains, and
with this view to invite travellers to communicate to the Society notes
or sketches of archaeological and topographical interest.

III. To organise means by which members of the Society may have
increased facilities for visiting ancient sites and pursuing archaeological
researches in countries which, at any time, have been the sites of Hellenic
civilization.

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the Vice-Presidents the Treasurer. In the absence of the Treasurer
the Council or Committcee shall appoint one of their Members to preside.

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and ai)i)lied by the Council in such manner as they shall consider most
conducive to the objects of the S(jciety : in the Council shall also be
vested the control of all publications issued by the Society, and the
general management of all its affairs and concerns. The number of the
Council shall not exceed fift}-.

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subscriptions, donations, or other moneys accruing to the funds thereof,
and shall make all payments ordered by the Council. All cheques shall
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majority of votes. The Chairman to have a casting vote.

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to the Annual Meeting of the Society.

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the Council of the ordinary days of meeting of the Council, and shall
have authority to summon a Special and Extraordinary Meeting of the
Council on a requisition signed by at least four Members of the Council.

13. Two Auditors, not being Members of the Council, shall be
elected by the Society in each year.

14. A General Meeting of the Society shall be held in London in
June of each year, when the Reports of the Council and of the Auditors
shall be read, the Council, Officers, and Auditors for the ensuing )^car
elected, and any other business recommended by the Council discussed



and determined. Meetin^Ljs of the Society for tlic leadini^ of papers
may be held at such times as the Council may fix, ilue notice being
given to Members.

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Council shall be elected by the Members of the Society at the Annual
Meeting.

16. The President and Vice-Presidents shall be appointed for one
year, after which they shall be eligible for re-election at the Annual
Meeting.

17. One-third of the Council shall retire every year, but the Members
so retiring shall be eligible for re-election at the Annual Meeting.

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pleasure of the Council.

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Annual Meeting, shall be by a majority of the votes of those present.
The Chairman of the Meeting shall have a casting vote. The mode in
which the vote shall be taken shall be determined by the President
and Council.

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Meeting by notice issued at least one month before it is held.

21. All motions made at the Annual Meeting shall be in writing
and shall be signed by the mover and seconder. No motion shall be
submitted, unless notice of it has been given to the Secretary at least
three weeks before the Annual Meeting.

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Annual Elections, one of the ViccT^-esidents shall be elected by the
Council to officiate as President until the next Annual Meeting.

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between the same dates shall in like manner be provisionally filled up
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Society shall be submitted to a Meeting of the Council, and at their

next Meeting the Council shall proceed to the election of candidates

so proposed : no such election to be valid unless the candidate receives

the votes of the majority of those present.

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publications of the Society.

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of iiis Annual Subscription, the Secretary (jr Treasurer shall remind him
of the arrears due, and in case of non-pa)'mcnt thereof within six months
after date of such notice, such defaultinL;- Member shall cease to be a
Member uf the Socict)-, unless the Council make an order to the contrar)-.

2S. Members intendint^ to leave the Socic t}' must send a formal
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the}' will be held liable for the subscription for the current }'ear.

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Member of the Society, a Special Meeting; of the Council shall be held
to consider the case, and if at such Mectinrr at least two-thirds of the
Members present shall concur in a resolution for the expulsion of such
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firmation at a (jcneral Meeting of the Society specially summoned for
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majority at the General Meeting, notice shrdl be given to that effect to
the Member in question, who shall thereupon cease to be a Member of
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not exceed ten.

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when elected shall be entitled to the same pilvileges as other Ordinarj'
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32. No change shall be made in the Rules of the Societ}' unles.s
al least a fortnight before tlie Annual Meeting specific notice be given
t(j e\er}- Mtuiber (jf the Societ}' of the changes proposed.



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ineetini^".

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stamped with tlie Society's name.

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by the Librarian, and that in this Catalogue such books, &c. as are not to
be lent tjiit be specified.

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eleven A.M. to six I'.M., when either the Librarian, or in his absence some
res])onsible person, shall be in attendance.

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specified) be lent to Members under the following conditions :—

(i) 1 hat the number of volumes lent at any one time to each
Member shall not exceed three.

(2) That the time during which such book or books ma}' be kept
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(3J 1 hat no books be sent beyond the limits of the l^nitetl Kingdom.

VIII. That the manner in which books are lent shall be as follows: —

(1) That all recpiests for the loan of books be atldressed to the

Libiarian.

(2) That the Librarian shall recortl all such recpiests, and lend out

the books in the ortler of api)lication.

(3) That in each case the n.ime of the b(;ok and of the borrower be

inscribed, with the date, in a special register to be kept by
the Libiarian.



(4) Should a book not be returned within the period specified, the

Librarian shall reclaim it.

(5) All expenses of carriage to and fro shall be borne by the

borrower,

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under any circumstances : —

(i) Unbound books.

(2) Detached plates, plans, photographs, and the like.

(3) Books considered too valuable for transmission.

X. That in the case of a book being kept beyond the stated time the
borrower be liable to a fine of one shilling for each additional week, and
if a book is lost the borrower be bound to replace it.



The Library Coinviittee.

Prof. Percy Gardner.

Rev. H. a. Holden, LL.D.

Mr. Walter Leaf.

Mr. George Macmillan {Hon. Sec).

Mr. Ernest Myer.s.

Rev. W. G. Rutherford, LL.D.

Mr. E. Maunde Thompson.

Rev. W. Wayte {Hon. Librarian).

Assistant Librarian, MiSS Gales, to whom, at 22, Albemarle Street,
applic.itions for books may be addressed.



THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF HELLENIC STUDIES.



OFFICICRS AND COUNXIL 1-UR 1889-1890.



President.

Till'; kic.in Ki.v. j. r.. i.icii 1 roor, d.h., iwsh a* ok iiukiiam.



Vice-Presidents.



Tur: LORD jrsiicK iiowkn.

THK KKV. H. M. liU 1 I.KU, D.I)., .1/,m/, r of

Trinity ( ol/ixc < 'iinihriili^r.
VERY Ki;V. K. \V. CHURCH. D.C.I,., /V.»h of

St. r.iul's.
MR. SIDNKY C' iI.VIM.
PROF. l'KRCY(iAkDNKR, I.rn.I).
MR. W. 1). GICDDKS, /'riiui/-ai o/ Abcuiccn

UiiiTCfsity.
MR. J. K. INGRAM, J.L.D.



I'ROI'. K. C. JKIU!, I.ii r.D , l.I,.D.

SIR JOHN i.inr.ocK, v.\ur., M.r.

MR.b. 1!. MDSIH), /'>v7-flst o/Oric/ C,>//tse. 0\f,»,i.
THK KARI, OK MoRl.l'.Y.

SIR CHARi.i.s J'. Ni:\vrox, K.c.r..

RKV. I'RoK. A. II. .SAYCi:, I.1..D.
MR. E. MAUNDK TMOMi'SoN
RKV. n. V. ToZlCR.
rUOF. R. Y. TYRKlil.L.



Council.



MR. O. AIICHISON, A R A.

MR. J. THi;()liOkl-, l!i;Nr.

I'ROK. S. H. lUrCHl'.R, 1. 1,1).

MR. INGRAM r.VWATI.R.

MR. •IALK()i:i<I) KI.Y.

MR. ARTHUR J. I'.VANS.

MR. K. A. KREK.MAN, D.C I..

Till". RIGHT HON. SIR WILLIAM (IREflOLY,

K.C.M.G.
MR. I). G. lIOGARTil.
RKV. II. A. IIOLDI.N, LL.D.
RK.V. I'ROK. IloRI", D.I).
MR. ANDRK.W I.ANG, I.L.D.
MR. WALTKR LI.AK, I.ni.D.
THK R'l'. HON. LORD LINGI;N. K.C.I!.
MR. W. WATKISS LLOVli.



MR. ri;ginald W. MACAN.

I'ROK. J. II. MIDDI.I.roN.

MR. A S. MURRAY.

MR. KRNK.ST MVKR.S.

MR. R. A. NKIL.

MR. II. K. I'KLHAM.

SIR K. POLLOCK, HARl".

I'ROK. R. S. I'OOLK.

I'ROK. W. M. RA.MSAY.

MR. T. 1:. SANDYS, Ln r. D

Tin; RIGHT HON. I.OKD SAVILK.

MR. CKCIL SMITH.

MR. A. HAMILTON SMIIH.

MR. CHAKLI-.S WALD.S III N, Li i i.l>.

RKV. W. W.Wl'K.

I MR. iii:rm.\n \vkiji:r, m.d.



Hon. Treasurer.

MR. JOHN 1!. MARTIN.

Hon. Secretary.

.MR. GKORGK A. MACMII.LAN.

Assistant Secretary.

MR. W. K!SI:LI.\.



Editorial Committee.



MR. in(;ram t.vwatkr.

I'ROK. l'i:R(rS (lARDNKR.



RKV. PROK. HORT.
PROK. R. C. JKI!)!.



Auditors for 1889-90.

MR. l^OUGKAS \V. FRI'.SHKIKI.D. | MK. .XRTIIUR \. P.l I LKR.



Bankers.

MESSRS. ROliAKlS. LUT.P.oCK & C< • , lOMIiAKD STKKKT.



CAMBRIDGE BRANCH



OF



THE SOCIETY FOR Till-: PROMOTION
OE HELLENIC STUDIES.



Ori-lCtKS AND COMMIIIKE lOK 1SS9 l8'>).



Cb airman.



Puc-C^axrman.
Mk. J. E. Sandys, Lrii.I).

€omnntkt.

Mk. Oscak Ukowmnc. I j^i.v. E. S. Rouerts.

Mu. Henry Jackson, I.iii.D. i Mu. Aim iiur Tii.i.ky.

Rkv. .S. .S. 1.i-.\v)s. Mk. A. W. Vi.kram..

I'Kui. J. II. Minni.KKjN. Mi;. C. Waldstein, Ijit. 1j

Mk. J. .S. Keii), Lnr. 1).

^i)ou. §ftrct;irit.
Mi;. ^^. .S. Di.MSDAEE, KiN(_,".-, CuEi.Eca:.



I1()N()KAK\' Ml' .Mi;i;i<s
Ills M.\ji:srY rill': kixc t>i- ■iiii': iii;f,i,i;.\i':s.

Mr. Alfrcl r.iii.nti, //./!..]/. t.ni.su'.i/ />,//.,'//,/.

ri.if. II. Iliimn, AVv//>//(/'(- Mi/\,tN, Mioin/i.

Prof. 1). Comp.irctti, I.stitit/i> i/i Sliiilii Siifh-t ii>n\ l-'loycncc.

M Alcxaiulcr Contostav Ins. Atli'iis.

Oihciinr.Uh Prof. ICrnst Ciirliiis, Muttlidt h'uiJislrnssr ^^ Biiliit.

.Mr. (ieor>.;c Diiinis, ll.ll.M. Consul (it Smyriux.

Ilcrr Wilhclni ])or|)fcl(i, Ph. I)., nitiCtotof the Gir/iiaii liiificii,<l I nsllliilr, .lllhiis.

.Monsieur P. l'"oiKart, /h'l rr/iir of //ir l-niuh .S\/iti<>/, Alliens.

His I'"..\ccllcnty Monsieur J. ( Icnmulius, Minister fcr Li/WiC, 5, St. "J'/mes' .S'tnvt, .V. //'.

Prof. \V. Ilcll)iLr, Ciisii I'arpciii, Mi'ntc i'lifnino, lunnc.

Prof. .\. Kirclilioff, I'nivcrsity., Iniliii.

\)y. 11. Kohlcr, Ihrlin.

Prof. .S. A. Kunianudcs, ('iiii'iisity, Athens.

Mr. Cliarks Merlin, 10, Olise)7<atory iJa?(/eiis, Canifxten Hill., //'.

Prof. A. IMicliaclis, L/nii'ersily, Sl/->rssl>nrx:

Monsieur 1!. K C Miller, .Menihie de l' Inslitut. J5, Rue tie I' Unii'et site, l'<n is.

Monsieur A. K. Kani^abe, Ministi 1 e 1 lelleniqiie, Purlin.

Prof. L. .Sleph.mi, '1 he I/erinit,Ji^e, A/. Peterslniry^.

J lis Kxcellcncy Monsieur \V. II. W'addini^ton, Menibrc tie I'lnstitiil. Jiejuh l-lmliitssy^

A Hurt Utile, S. IV.
M. le IJaron J. dc Witte, M. tie T Inst., Kiie I'fitin 5, l\tris.
Mr. Thomas Wood, J I. JIM. Ctmsiil tit I'.itiiis.
His I'-xcellency llanidy Uev, Keefh-i' of ihe M iiseiini 0/ A/ili</i/ilies, Lonslantiuopte.



LIST OF MEMBERS.

* (hi:.^iiial Mtiiilh-rs. -f I ife Miiiilhrs.
The olh.r .W, i.'//',is /hire been eheted hy tlic ( eiiiieil siiiee lit- Iuoit;tii til .lAeli/ij;.

.\bbott, Evelyn, Bttilioi Co/ltxe. (\vf,>rtl.
*Abcrcromby, Hon. John, 21, Chojiei Street, liel^rave Stjnnie, S.W.
t.\l>r.diall, Rev. J. H., Comhe l'i<<ir>i<;t', U'ootlstoeh.

.Mji.im, Edward, I. Mitldle Temple Tiiiie, ICC.
*.\(land, Sir H. W., K.C.P., M.J)., I'Mv.S.. Ilrood St, eel, 0.xlord.

Adam, Jamos, 1-lninioniiel College, (.\ii!diritli;e.

.\ddinscll, W. Arthur, 16, Tennett's Hill, Birniini^h.iin.

.\inger, A. C, A A'// Coll-^e, IViuilsor.

Ainslie, R. .St. John. The Seliool, Sedheri^h.

Aitchison, C, A.R.A. (Council), 150, Hurley Street, II'.

.\l!butt, 'J'. Clifford, M.13., F.R.S., Ctirr Manor, Me,in7i'ootl, /.ee,i<.

.\niherst, W. .\. 'Jyssen, M.P., Ih'tllini^ton Hull, Ihtindon.

Anderson, J. R., Lairbeck, Keszciek.

Anderson, W. C I'., 4, luirton Street, W esiminstcr, S.W.



*.\ntrobus, Kcv. Frederick, 77/t' Oratory, S.W.

Apostolides, S., 4, Lansdowne Mansions, Lan.uiown: lUacc, lhii:_hton.

Archcr-Hinil, R. D., Trinity College, Cambridge.

Armstrong, Prof. (». F., (2neen''s College, Cork.

Bagley, Mrs. John, W'usJiington Avenue, Detroit, Mii/iigan.

Bailey, J. C, 2, l\injield Court, Temple, E.C.

IJaker, Rev. William, D.D., Merehant Taylors' School, I-..C.
*Ualfour, G. W., M.l'., 32, Addison Road, W.
*Balfour, Right Hon. A. J., M.P., 4, Carlton Gardens, S.W.

Ball, Sidney, St. Joints College, Oxford.

Barlow, Miss Anne, Grecnthorne, Edgioort/i, Bolton.

Barlow, Mrs., 10, Wimpole Street, W.

Barnewall, Sir Reginald A., Bart., 6, Park Street, Grosi'enot Square, 11'.

Bath, The Marquis of, Longleat, Warminster.

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Bent, Mrs. Theodore, 13, Great Cumberland Place, W.

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