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THE JOUBNAL



OF



HELLENIC STUDIES



THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF HELLENIC STUDIES



THE JOUKNAL



OP



HELLENIC STUDIES



VOLUME XXI. (1901)



KR AUS REPRINT

Nendeln/Liechtenstein
1978



CORRIGENDA.

P. Ill, 11. 13, 12 from bottom. For •Enkomi (Old Salamis) ' read ' Curium.'

P. 112, Fig. 6. For 'Old Salamis* read ' Curium.'

P. 127, 1. 12 from bottom. For ' object a3 its possession ' read ' object of its possession.

P. 140, 1. 9 from bottom. For 'lentoid intaglio' read 'cylinder.'

P. 152, 1. 22. For 'Ecbani' read 'HeabanL'

P. 181, 1. 7. For ' human divinity ' read 'departed human being.'



Reprinted by permission of
the Society for Promotion of Hellenic Studies

KRAUS REPRINT

A Division of

KRAUS-THOMSON ORGANIZATION LIMITED

Nendeln/Liechtenstein

1978

Printed in The Netheriands



CONTENTS.



Rules of the Society ...

List of Officers and Members

Proceedings of the Society, 1900-1901

Additions to the Library

Anderson (J. G. C.) ... A New Hittite Inscription

Archaeology in Greece, 1900-1901

Arabic Lists of the Byjantine Themes

Mycenaean Tree and Pillar Cult and its Mediter-
ranean Relations (Plate V.)

On Old Greek Tachjgraphy (Plate X VII L)

Ancient Sculptures at Chatsworth House



bosanquet (r. c.)
Brooks (K. \V.)
Evans (A. J.)

FoAT (F. W. G.)

FURTW.JiNGLER (A.)



Gardner (E. A )
Gardner (P.) ...



(Plates VIII.-XVII.) ...

The Greek House

A New Pandora Vase (Plate 1.)



Hogarth (D. G.) an(f Welch (F. B.) ... Primitive Painted Pottery in

Crete (Plates VL, VIL)



Kabbadias (P.)

Milne (J. G.)

MuNRO (J. A. R.)
,, ,,

NiLssoN (M. p.)

Rouse (W. H. D.)

Smith (A. H.)...

Tarn(W. W.)

Waldstein (C.)

Young (Sir G.)

Index of Subjects
Greek Index



The Recent Finds off Cytbera

Greek Inscriptions from Egypt

Roads in Pontus, Royal and Roman (Plate IV.) ...

Gleanings from Mysia ,

The Sx^/Att Tpiaivr]<; in the Erechtheioii

The Double Axe and the Labyrinth

Gavin Hamilton's Letters to Townley

Piitiocles and the Oxo-Caspian Trade Route

The Argive Hera of Polycleitiis (Plates IL, IIL)...

Two Notes on Sophocles



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CONTENTS.



LIST OF PLATES.



I.

II.

III.

IV.
V.

VI., VII.

VIII.

IX., X.

XI., XII.

XIII.

XIV.

XV.

XVI.

XVII.

XVIIl.



The Birth of Pandora.
The Hera of Polycleitus.



Vase in the Ashmolean Museum.

Head in the British Museum.

Head in the British Museum and Coins



of Argos, etc.
Map of Pontus.
Fresco representing Faij-ade of Mycenaean Temple, from Palace at

Knossos.
Primitive Painted Cretan Ware.
Herm at Chats worth.
Head of Alexander at Chatsworth.
Head of Hermes at Chatsworth.
Statue of Apollo at Chatsworth.
Portrait Statue at Chatsworth.
Portrait Group at Chatsworth.
Female Bust at Chatsworth.
Portrait Bust at Chatsworth.
Waxen Book in the British Museum.



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT,



Vaso in the Ashmolean Museum (Birth of Pandora)

Sketch Map of the Oxo-Caspian Region

Fragment of Marble Sima from the Argive Heraeum

Terracotta Head from the Argive Heraeum

Coins of Elis with Head of the Argive Hera (^British Museum)
Sketch Map of the Byzantine Themes in the Ninth Century a.d.

Dove-vase (Knossos)

Fragments of Pottery (Knossos)

Fragment of Pottery (Knossos)

Vase with Corn-ears and Grapes in Relief (Knossos)

Three-handled Vases (Knossob)

One-handled Jars (Knossos)

Two-handled Vases (Knosso.s)

Neckless two-handled Jar (Knossos)

Pedestal-bowl (Knossos)

Bowl with Fluted under-surface (Knossos)

Fragment of Bowl with Ridge-ornament (Knossos)

SmuU Jars (Knobsos)

Small one-handled Cup (Knossos)

Small two-liandled Cup (Knossos)

SpirallyHuted Cup (Knossos)

Flat-handled Cup (Knoi;KOh)

Fluted Jar (Knossos)

Lamplike Object (Knossos)

Pedestal of Vase (1) (Knossos)

Spout of Vase (Knossos)



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Potsherd of Kamares Ware (Phylakopi) 94

). >i >> 95

Potsherds with incised Ornament 96

Kamares Potsherd with primitive painted Ornament 97

Gem with Daemons watering Palms (Vapheio Tomb) 101

Fragment of Steatite Pyxis (Knossos) 103

Double Axe with Horns of Consecration between Bulls' Heads with similar

Axes on Vase from Old Salamis (British Museum) 107

Gold Signet from Akropolis Treasure (Mycenae) ... 108

Pillar of the Double Axes (Knossos) 110

Pillar Shrines and Votaries on Vase Fragment from Curium (British

Museum) 112

Baetylic Table of Offering from Diktaean Cave (restored) 114

Baetylic Cones and Offering Slab on Hittite Seals 115

Small Baetylic Altar from Cyrenaica (British Museum) 115

Baetylic Table as Base for Sacral Lions on Cretan Gem 116

Baetylic Altar on Coin of Cretan Community 116

Impressed Glass Plaques with Daemons pouring Libations (Mycenae) ... 1 !7

Figurine of Bronze (Cave of Hermes Kranaios) 125

„ Silver (Nezero, Thessaly) 126

Infant and Horned Sheep on Clay Impression of Gem (Knossos) 129

Fresco with Horns of Consecration on Sanctuary Wall (Knossos) 136

Horned Cult Object of Pottery (Idaean Cave) 136

Altar with Horned Cult Object, on Stele of Salm (Louvre) 137

Coin of Byblus with Cone of Astarte in Temenos (British Museum) 138

Carthaginian Pillar Shrine on Stele (Nora, Sardinia) 139

Group of Sacred Pillars on Mycenaean Vase from Haliki 139

Worship of Group of Pillars on Cylinder (Mycenae) 141

Worship of Group of Trees on Crystal Lentoid (Idaean Cave) 142

Tree Trinity of Min (Stele in Ashmolean Museum) 143

Sacred Column on Stele (Carthage Museum) 144

Egyptian Palmette Pillars and Rayed Pillars of Cyprus 149

Hathoric Uraeus Pillar and Analogies 150

Sacred Tree and Wild Goats on Lentoid Gem (Mycenae) 154

Sacred Palm and Wild Goat on Lentoid Gem (Palaeokastro, Crete) 154

Tree-Pillar and Animals on Lentoid Gem (Goulas, Crete) 154

Fleur-de-lys Pillar and Sphinxes on Gold Ring (Mycenae) 155

Pillar-Tree and Young Bulls on Crystal Signet (Mycenae) 156

Tympanum of Lions' Gate, Mycenae 157

Pillar with Griffin Supporters on Lentoid Gem (Mycenae) .. 158

Double-bodied Kriosphinx on Lentoid Gem (Mycenae) 159

Double-bodied Lion on Lentoid Gem (Mycenae) 159

Lions' Gate Type on Gold Signet (Mycenae) 159

Lions' Gate Type on Lentoid Gem (Zero, Crete) 160

Confronted Lions with Fore-feet on Base, on Lentoid Gem (Crete) 161

Lion Supporters of Egyptian Solar Disk 162

Male Divinity between Lions, on Lentoid Gem (Kydonia, Crete).-. 163

Female Divinity between Lions, on Amygdaloid Gem (Mycenae) 164

Seated Goddess between Lions on Lentoid Ring-Stone (British Museum) ... 165

Daemon between Lions on Lentoid Gem (Mycenae) 168

Dual Pillar Worship on Cypro- Mycenaean Cylinder (Salamis) 169

Dual Pillar Worship on Gold Signet (Knossos) 170

Double Representations of Rayed Pillars, on Tabloid Bead Seal (Old Salamis) 173

Rayed Shield-bearing God on Sarcophagus (Milato, Crete) 174

Armed God and Seated Goddess on Electrum Signet (Mycenae) 175

Religious Scene on Gold Signet (Vapheio Tomb) 176



CONTENTS.



Religious Scene on Gold Signet (Mycenae)

Symbols derived from Egyptian Ankh

Portal Shrine on Gold Signet (Mycenae)

Cult Scene with Sacred Tree and Portal, on Gold Signet (Mycenae)

>' j> )i )> >> »

Sacral Gateway and Votaries on Gold-plated Silver Ring (Mycenae)
Sacred Tree and Enclosure, on Steatite Lentoid (Ligortino, Crete^

B:ietylic Stone iu Dolmen Shrine, Shiarai Hills, India

Pillared Chamber of ' Nau,' Minorca

Plan and Section of Cova, Minorca

Female Votaries before Pillar Shrine, on Gold Signet (Mycenae)
Goddess seated before Pillar Shrine, on Gold Signet (Mycenae) .

Gold Shrine with Doves (]\Iycenae)

Fat5\ade of Temple, restored from the Fresco at Knossos

Pillar Cell of Hagiar Kim, Malta

Spiral Ornament on Threshold of Baetylic Chapel, Gigauteja, Gozo

Sacred Pillar in Shrine, Tekekioi, Macedonia

Plan of Shrine, Tekekibi, Macedonia

Bronze Statuettes found off Cythera

Bronze Male Statue found off Cythera (upper half )

„ „ „ (remains of lower half)

Marble Statue found ofi Cythera

Bronze Head at Chatsworth

Head of Doryphoros at Chatsworth

Head of Dionysos at Chatsworth

Male Head at Chatsworth

Roman Female Bust of Third Century at Chatsworth

Faustina the Elder (Chatswortb)

>> >> >>

Grave-relief of Herennia Syriska and her Son (Chatsworth)...

Head of Juno Sospita (Relief at Chatsworth)

Part of Chariot-group (Relief at Chatsworth)

Signs incised on Walls of Palace at Knossos

Stelae in Ghizeh Museum

Stele iu Ghizeh Museum



Greek House : Conventional Plan

Homeric House : ,,

Palace at Tiryns

„ Mycenae

Houses at Delos and Ponipei

Three Roman Houses from the Capitoline Plan

Primitive Greek House

Palace at Troy

Hittite In.scription from Karaburua

i'hu (T)(r)fxa Tf)iaLvr]<; in the Erechlht'iuU



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RULES



OF THK



S0rietjj for t!)c IHramotron ai lellcnic Stitbies.



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

1. To advance the study of Greek language, literature, and art, and
to illustrate the history of the Greek race in the ancient, Byzantine,
and Neo-Hellenic periods, by the publication of memoirs and unedited
documents or monuments in a Journal to be issued periodically.

II. To collect drawings, facsimiles, transcripts, plans, and photographs
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.

2. The Society shall consist of a President, Vice-Presidents, a Council,
a Treasurer, one or more Secretaries, and Ordinary Members. All officers
of the Society shall be chosen from among its Members, and shall be
ex officio members of the Council.

3. The President shall preside at all General, Ordinary, or Special
Meetings of the Socfety, and of the Council or of any Committee at
which he is present. In case of the absence of the President, one of
the Vice-Presidents shall preside in his stead, and in the absence of
the Vice-Presidents the Treasurer. In the absence of the Treasurer
the Council or Committee shall appoint one of their Members to preside.

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4. The funds and other property of the Society shall be administered
and applied by the Council in such manner as they shall consider most
conducive to the objects of the Society : 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 fifty.

5. The Treasurer shall receive, on account of the Society, all
subscriptions, donations, or other moneys accruing to the funds thereof
and shall make all payments ordered by the Council. All cheques shall
be signed by the Treasurer and countersigned by the Secretary,

6. In the absence of the Treasurer the Council may direct that
cheques may be signed by two members of Council and countersigned
by the Secretary.

7. The Council shall meet as often as thej' may deem necessary for
the despatch of business.

8. Due notice of every such Meeting shall be sent to each Member
of the Council, by a suminons signed by the Secretary.

9. Three Members of the Council, provided not more than one of
the three present be a permanent officer of the Socie'ty, shall be a
quorum.

10. All questions before the Council shall be determined by a
majority of votes. The Chairman to have a casting vote.

11. The Council shall prepare an Annual Report, to be submitted
to the Annual Meeting of the Society.

12. The Secretary shall give notice in writing to each Member of
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 year
elected, and any other busine.ss recommended by the Council discussed



XI

and determined. Meetings of the Society for the reading of papers
may be held at such times as the Council may fix, due notice being
given to Members.

15. The President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Secretaries, and
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.

18. The Treasurer and Secretaries shall hold their offices during the
pleasure of the Council.

19. The elections of the Officers, Council, and Auditors, at the
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.

20. Every Member of the Society shall be summoned to the Annual
Meeting by notice issued at least one month before it is held.

21. All motions m.ade 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.

22. Upon any vacancy in the Presidency, occurring between the
Annual Elections, one of the Vice-Presidents shall be elected by the
Council to officiate as President until the next Annual Meeting.

23. All vacancies among the other Officers of the Society occurring
between the same dates shall in like manner be provisionally filled up
by the Council until the next Annual Meeting.

24. The names of all candidates wishing to become Members of the

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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25. The Annual Subscription of Members shall be one guinea, payable
and due on the ist of January each year ; this annual subscription may be
compounded for by a payment of ;^I5 i^s., entitling compounders to be
Members of the Society for life, without further payment. All Members
elected on or after January i, 1894, shall pay on election an entrance fee
of one guinea.

26. The payment of the Annual Subscription, or of the Life
Composition, entitles each Member to receive a copy of the ordinary
publications of the Society.

27. When any Member of the Society shall be six months in arrear
of his Annual Subscription, the Secretary or Treasurer shall remind him
of the arrears due, and in case of non-payment thereof within six months
after date of such notice, such defaulting Member shall cease to be a
Member of the Society, unless the Council make an order to the contrary.

28. Members intending to leave the Society must send a formal
notice of resignation to the Secretary on or before January i ; otherwise
they will be held liable for the subscription for the current ^ear.

29. If at any time there may appear cause for the expulsion of a
Member of the Society, a Special Meeting of the Council shall be held
to consider the case, and if at such Meeting at least two-thirds of the
Members present shall concur in a resolution for the expulsion of such
Member of the Society, the President shall submit the same for con-
firmation at a General Meeting of the Society specially summoned for
this purpose, and if the decision of the Council be confirmed by a
majority at the General Meeting, notice shall be given to that effect to
the Member in question, who shall thereupon cease to be a Member of
the Society.

30. The Council shall have power to nominate British or Foreign
Honorary Members. The number of British Honorary Members shall
not exceed ten.

31. Ladies shall be eligible as Ordinary Members of the Society, and
when elected shall be entitled to the same privileges as other Ordinary
Members.

32. No change shall be made in the Rules of the Society unless
at least a fortnight before the Annual Meeting specific notice be given
to every Member of the Society of the changes proposed.



XIII



RULES FOR THE USE OF THE LIBRARY

AT 22, ALBEMARLE STREET.



I, That the Library be administered by the Library Committee,
which shall be composed of not less than four members, two of whom shall
form a quorum.

n. That the custody and arrangement of the Library be in the hands
of the Librarian and Assistant Librarian, subject to the control of the
Committee, and in accordance with Regulations drawn up by the said
Committee and approved by the Council.

in. That all books, periodicals, plans, photographs, &c., be received
by the Librarian, Assistant Librarian or Secretary and reported to the
Council at their next meeting.

IV. That every book or periodical sent to the Society be at once
stamped with the Society's name.

V. That all the Society's books be entered in a Catalogue to be kept
by the Librarian, and that in this Catalogue such books, &c., as are not to
be lent out be specified.

VI. That, except on "Christmas Day, Good Friday, and on Bank
Holidays, the Library be accessible to Members on all week days from
eleven A.M. to six P.M. (Saturdays, 1 1 A.M to 2 P.M.), when either the
Assistant- Librarian, or in her absence some responsible person, shall be in
attendance. Until further notice, however, the Library shall be closed for
the vacation from July 20 to August 31 (inclusive).

VII. That the Society's books (with exceptions hereinafter to be
specified) be lent to Members under the following conditions :—

(i) That 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 may be kept

shall not exceed one month.

(3) That no books be sent beyond the limits of the United Kingdom.

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

(i) That all requests for the loan of books be addressed to the
Librarian.

(2) That the Librarian shall record all such requests, and lend out

the books in the order of application.
('3) That in each case the name of the book and of the borrower be

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

the Librarian.

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

Librarian may reclaim it.



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

borrower.

(6) All books are due for return to the Library before the summer

vacation.

IX, That no book falling under the following categories be lent out
under any circumstances : —

(i) Unbound books.

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

(3) Books considered too valuable for transmission.

(4) New books within one month of their coming into the

Library.

X. That new books may be borrowed for one week only, if they have
been more than one month and less than three months in the Library.

XL 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 week after application
has been made by the Librarian for its return, and if a book is lost the
borrower be bound to replace it.



TJie Library Couunittee.

Mr. J. G. C. Anderson.

Prof. W. C. F. Andf.rson.

Mr. Talfourd Ely.

Mr. F. G. Ken yon, Litt.D.

Mr. George Macmillan {Hon. Sec).

Mr. J. L. Myres {Keeper of Photographic Collections).

Mr. Arthur Hamilton Smith. {Hon. Librarian).

Mrs. S. Arthur Strong, LL.D.

Assistant Librarian, MisS Fanny JOHNSON, to whom, at 22, Albemarle
Street, applications for books may be addressed.



SESSION 1901 — 1902.
General Meetings will be held in the Rooms of the Royal Asiatic
Society, 22, Albemarle Street, London, W., for the reading of Papers and
for Discussion, at 5 P.M. on the following days : —

1901.
Thursday, November 7th.

1902.
Thursday, February 27th.
Thursday, May 8th.
Thursday, June 26th (Annual).
The Council will meet at 4.30 p.m. on each of the above days.



THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF HELLENIC STUDIES.

OFFICERS AND COUNCIL FOR 1901—1902.



President.

SIR RICHARD JEBB, Litt.D., D.C.L., r,!,.D., M.P.

Vice-Presidents.

PROF. S. H. BUTCHER, Litt.D.. LL.D. i MK. A. S. MURRAY. LL.D.

PROF. INCRAM BYWATEK, LiiT.D, LL.D.. ' PROF. H. F. PELHAM, President of Trinity College

REV. PROF. LEWIS CAMPBELL, LL.D. | Oxford.

MR. SIDNEY COLVIN. > M R. F. C. PENROSE, Litt.D., D.C.L.. F.R.S.
MR. ARTHUR J. EVANS, F.R.S., LL.D. PROF. W. M. RAMSAY, D.C.L, LL.D.

PROF. PERCY GARDNER. Litt.D. MR. J. E. SANDYS, Litt.D.

MR. WALTER LEAF, Litt.D. KKV. PROF. A. H. SAYCE, LL.D.

MR.D. B. MONRO, Litt.D.. LL.D, Provost of Oriel SIR E. MAUNDE THOMPSON. K.C.B., D.C.L.
College. O.Kford. PROF. R. Y. TYRRELL, Litt.D., D.C.L., LL.D.

Council.

MR. J. G. C. ANDERSON. MR- G. E. MARINDIN.



PROF. W. C F. ANDERSON.

REV. A. G. B.VTHER.

MR. R. CARR BOSANQUET.

MR. H. G. DAKYNS.

MR. LOUIS DYER.

MR.TALFOURD ELY.

LADY EVANS.

PROF. ERNEST A. GARDNER. Lnr.D.

REV. JAMES GOW, Litt.D.

MR. B. P. GRENFELL, Litt.D.

MISS JANE HARRISON, LL.D.

MR. J. W. HEADLAM.

MR. G. F. HILL.

MR. D. G. HOGARTH.

MR. F. G. KENYON, Litt.D.

MR. WILLIAM LORING.



MR. R. J. G. MAYOR.

MR. J. A. R. MUNRO.

MR. ERNEST MYERS.

MR. J. L. MYRES.

MISS EMILY PENROSE.

REV. G. H. RENDALL, Litt.D.

REV. G. C. RICHARDS.

PROF. WILLIAM RIDGEWAY.

MR. CECIL SMITH, LL.D.

MR. A. HAMILTON SMITH.

MRS. S. ARTHUR STRONG, LL.D.

MR. F. E. THOMPSON.

PROF. CHARLES WALD.STEIN, Litt.D.

MR. H. B. WALTERS.

PROF. A. S. WILKINS, LL.D., Litt.D.



Hon. Treasurer.

MR. DOUGLAS W. FRESHFIELD.

Hon. Secretary.

MR. GEORGE A. MACMILLAN, ST. MARTIN'S STREET, W C.

Assistant Secretary.

MR. W. RISELEY.

Hon. Librarian.

MR. ARTHUR H. SMITH.

Assistant Librarian.

MISS FANNY JOHNSON.

Keeper of Photographic Collection.

MR. J. L. MYRES.

Acting Editorial Committee.

PROF. ERNEST GARDNER. | MR. G. F. HILL. | MR. F. G. KENYON.

Consultative Editorial Committee.

SIR RICHARD JEBB | PROFESSOR BYWATER | SIR E. MAUNDE IHOMPSON | MR.SIDNEYCOLVJN

PROFESSOR PERCY GARDNER, and MR. R. CARR BOSANQUET (ex officio) as

Director of the British School at Athens.

Auditors for 1901-1902.

MR. ARTHUR J. BUTLER. | MR. STEPHEN SPRING-RICE, C.B.

Bankers.

MESSRS. ROBARTS. LUBBOCK & CO., is LOMBARD STREET.



CAMBRIDGE BRANCH



or



THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION
OF HELLENIC STUDIES.



Okhcers and Committee for 1901-1902.

Sir Richard Jebb, Litt.D., D.C.L., LL.D., M.P.

i^tct-d ^airman.
Mr. J. E. Sandys, Litt.D.



Committee.



Mr. J. G. Fkazer, LL.D.
Prok. Ernest a. Gardner, Litt.D.
Mr. Henry Jackson, Litt.D.
Prof, W. Ridgeway.



Mr. E. E, Sikes.

Mr. Arthur Tilley.

Mr. a. W. Verrall, Litt.D.

Mr. C. Waldstein, Litt.D.



poll, ^ttrdarg.
Mk. Arthur Bernard Cook, Trinity College.



HONORARY MEMBERS.
HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF THE HELLEN ES, d M. le S/cr/iairg Uu Aoi <i€s

Hellenes, Athens, Greece.
Hofrath Dr. Friedrich August Otto Benndorf, K. K. dsierr. archaeologisches Institute

Vienna.
Sir Alfred Biliotti, K.C.B., H.B.M. Consul for Crete.
Prof. Friedrich Blass, The University^ Halle, Germany.
Prof. D. Compa.retti, /stituto (li Stttdii Superiori, Florence.
M, Alexander Contostavlos, Athens.
Prof. A. Conze, Kaiserl. Dentsches Archaeologisches Institute Cornelius-sir., 2, II.,

Berlin.
Prof. Wiihelm Dorpfeld, Ph.D., D.C.L., Director of the German Archaeological Institute

A thens.
Monsieur L'Abbe Duchesne, Ecole Franqaise, Rome.



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