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Coin of Syracuse. Obverse: head of Persephone. Reverse: victor
in quadriga. Head.
Coin of Hiero II.

Obverse: head of Hiero with diadem. Reverse:
Nike (Victory) in quadriga. Head.
M. Claudius Marcellus. From coins (somewhat enlarged). Bernoulli.
Cathedral of Syracuse, formerly Temple of Minerva. Med. Illust. .
Sappho. Villa Albani, Rome. Uncertain.
The Quarries at Syracuse (Dionysius' Ear). Photograph..
Coin of the Mamertini. Obverse: head of Ares (Mars). Reverse:
Poole.

Brunn u. Arndt.

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eagle on thunderbolt. Coin of Rhegium. Obverse: lion's scalp. Reverse: sitting male figure. Poole.

Pompey. Bust in the Vatican (Museo Chiaramonti).

Photograph.

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Fanaraky d'Europe (entrance to the Black Sea by the Bosphorus).
Laurens, Voyage en Turquie.

Mithridates VI. (from a coin). Head..
Tigranes, King of Armenia (from a coin). Head.
Site of Corinth (Acrocorinthus in background).

Grèce.

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Uncertain.

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Stackelberg, La

Texier, Asie Mineure. .

Antiochus III., King of Syria (from a coin). Head..
Philip V., King of Macedonia (from a coin). Head..
View of Mt. Argæus in Cappadocia.
Lucullus. Bust in the Hermitage, St. Petersburg. Identification
uncertain (see Arch. Zeit., N. F., XXIII, 9 ff.). D'Escamps.
View near Cape Misenum. Med. Illust.

Ruins of the Port of Ostia.

Photograph.

View in Pamphylia (Port of Adalia). Lanckoronski, Les Villes de la
Pamphylie et de la Pisidie.

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Galley. From the Præneste relief. Baumeister. .

Coin of Rhodes. Obverse: head of Helios (perhaps from the Colossus).
Reverse: rose. Head. .

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Coin of Perseus (Perses). Head.

Roman sacrificial procession. Relief in the Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence. Brunn.

Ruins of the Temple of Jupiter Stator. Photograph.

The Mulvian Bridge. Photograph..

L. Cornelius Lentulus. Bust in the Museum at Naples. Very un

certain. Photograph.

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Marcus Aurelius sacrificing in front of the Temple of Jupiter Capitoli-
nus. Relief from the Arch of M. Aurelius. Palazzo dei Conser-

vatori, Rome. Photograph..

Roman Sacrificial Procession. Relief in the Galleria degli Uffizi,
Florence. Brunn. . .

De Clarac..

Coin of Heraclia. Obverse: head of Nike (Victory). Reverse:
Hercules seated. Head. .

Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus at Rome (restored). Hittorff, Architec-
ture antique de la Sicile.

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Ruins of the House of the Vestals. Photograph.

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Church of S. Maria in Aracœli (site of the Roman Arx). Photograph. 150
P. Scipio Africanus. Photograph.

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Muses with Homer and Socrates. Ancient sarcophagus in the Louvre.

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Visconti.

C. Marius. Impression of a coin.
Alexander the Great, represented as the god Ammon (hence the
horns). From a coin, enlarged. Imhoof-Blumer, Porträtköpfe. . 164
Adana in Cilicia (Cicero's province), with Taurus mountains in the
background. Fisher's Views.

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169 Cato. Bust in the Capitoline Museum, Rome. Uncertain. Photograph. 171 Pompey's Theatre and the temple of Venus Victrix (restored). Canina, L'Architettura Romana.

Mark Antony. Bust in the Vatican. Uncertain. Photograph.
Coin of Mark Antony and Octavia.

Cohen.

C. Julius Cæsar. Bust in the Louvre. Photograph.

Base of Cæsar's Column. Lanciani, New Tales of Old Rome.
Coin of M. Brutus, commemorating the murder of Cæsar. Obverse:
head of Brutus. Reverse liberty-cap between two daggers;
inscription EID.MAR (the Ides of March). Cohen.
Marcus Junius Brutus. Bust in the Capitoline Museum, Rome.
Photograph.

Medal struck by the Magnesians in honor of Cicero's son Marcus.
Visconti.

IN THE NOTES.

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Coin of Faustus Sulla. Obverse: head of Diana Tifatina.

Reverse L. Sulla, seated; Bocchus, King of Mauritania,

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delivers to him Jugurtha as a captive; inscription FELIX

(surname assumed by Sulla).

Visconti.

Arch of Gallienus at Rome.

Photograph.

Victory writing on a tablet. Column of Trajan at Rome. Brunn.
Bust in the Villa Albani, Rome. Visconti.

Q. Hortensius the orator.
Plan of Syracuse.

View of modern Syracuse.

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Photograph.

8. Coin of Agathocles, King of Syracuse. Obverse: head of Persephone. Reverse: Nike (Victory) setting up a trophy. Head. 9. Bronze door of the Cathedral at Pisa (twelfth century work). Rohault de Fleury, Monuments de Pise. Head of Medusa. Marble mask in the Glyptothek at Munich. Brunn. Doors of Temple of Romulus, with bullae. Photograph. T. Quinctius Flamininus. From a coin. . Bernoulli.

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Mensae Delphicae. From ancient ornamental marble stands.

15. Coin of Sex. Pompey. Obverse: pharos of Messana. Reverse:

Scylla..

16. View of Palermo (Panhormus). .

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Coin of Porcius Læca commemorating the Lex Porcia. Obverse:
head of Rome. Reverse: allegorical representation of P.
Porcius protecting an accused citizen.

18. Rostra. From a coin.

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De Clarac.

Coin of M.' Aquilius. Obverse: head of Virtus. Reverse:
armed soldier protecting a woman.

Cappadocian. Bust from Cæsarea; now in the Jakobsen col-
lection at Copenhagen.

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Coin of Amisus. Head of Pallas.

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Medea. Wall painting at Pompeii.

23. Coin of Pompey. Allegorical head of Africa.

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Merchant ship. Ancient relief.

Lictors with rods and axes. From a coin.

Cohen. Photograph.

27. Sacrarium (family shrine). From a Pompeian house. . 28. Signa militaria. From coins.

29. The Mamertine prison (Tullianum). Section.

30. The same. Plan.

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26. Coin with heads of Servilius Ahala and M. Junius Brutus.

Cohen.

Brunn u. Arndt.

Poole.

Brunn.

Cohen.

Baumeister.

Cohen.

Cohen.

Visconti.

Baumeister.

Cohen. Middleton, Rome. Middleton, Rome.

31. Coin of Sextus Pompey. Obverse: head of Sextus Pompey. Reverse: heads of Sextus Pompey and Pompey the Great. Cohen.

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