of statues, and in close proximity to this, the thumb of a
marble colossal statue, probably holding a sceptre. Prom
the workmanship of this thumb the statue does not appear
to have been of early date ; it probably belonged to the
Roman or the Hellenistic age.
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On April 15 Professor Waldstein and Mr. Meader began
work, which was carried on without interruption until April
25. After the beginning was made the work was left in the