AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL
appointed by the Chairman, and the third is always the Director
under whose supervision the thesis was prepared. If recommended
for publication by this sub-committee, the thesis or report may be
issued in the Papers of the School.
X. When any member of the School has completed one or more
full years of study, the results of which have been approved by the
Director, he receives a certificate stating the work accomplished by
him, signed by the Director of the School, the President of the
Archaeological Institute, and the Chairman and the Secretary of the
XI. American students resident or travelling in Greece who are
not regular members of the School may, at the discretion of the
Director, be enrolled as special students and enjoy the privileges of
rt'IiLICATIONS OF THE AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL
STUDIES AT ATHENS. 1882-1888.
The Annual Reports of the Committee may be had gratis on application to the
Secretary of the Managing Committee. The other publications are for sale by
Messrs. Damrell & Upham, 2S3 Washington Street, Boston.
First, Second, and Third Annual Reports of the Managing Com-
mittee, 1881-84. pp. 30.
Fourth Annual Report of the Committee, 1884-85. pp. 30.
Fifth and Sixth Annual Reports of the Committee, 1885-87.
Bulletin I. Report of William W. Goodwin, Director of the School
in 1882-83. PP- 33- Price 25 cents.
Bulletin II. Memoir of Lewis R. Packard, Director of the School
in 1883-S4, with Resolutions of the Committee and the Report for
1883-84. pp. 34. Price 25 cents.
Preliminary Report of an Archaeological Journey made in Asia
Minor during the Summer of 1884. By J. R. S. Sterrett. pp. 45.
Price 25 cents.