Line 2, MGNGCO, Mittheilungen; line 3, OTOYAOY in initio,
AC in fine, Mittheilungen; line 4, TCtiatto in fine, Mittheilungen ;
line 5, C omitted by Mittheilungen ; line 7, I added in fine by Mit-
theilungen ; after line 7 the Mittheilungen give two lines not copied
by me on account of the rudeness of the mob, viz. ; —
Aiplcr, properly Eyuplar, see Papers of the American School,
Vol. III., footnote to No. 394. This is a second Eyuplar.
Fragment in a wall. Sec my Preliminary Report,/. 11.
June 28. Derekieui to Munafer, 5 h. 11 m. Shortly after passing
Tchaltu we enter the pass between Kizil Dagh and the outliers of
Sultan Dagh, reaching the watershed in 1 h. 14 m. Leaving Felle
(see Papers of the American School, Vol. III. pp. 192-193) to our
right, we reach the ruins called Monastir in 2 h. 30 m. from Beikieui.
Monastir is situated at the northern limit of the plain of Kirili Kas-
saba; the ruins are unimportant. Here Mr. Ramsay locates Misthia
(see American fournal of Archaeology, I. p. 146). Near the site there
is a mound, which may have served as an Acropolis. It has every
appearance of an artificial mound. Leaving Monastir we traverse the
plain, reaching Kirili Cassaba in 56 m.
Kirili Cassaba. On a sarcophagus in a street. Mittheilungen
des Deutschen Archaeologischen Instituts in Athen, 1883,
p. 77. Copy.