Wood, John T.
Discoveries at Ephesus: including the site and remains of the Great Temple of Diana — London, 1877

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LIST OF SCHOLARS TO WHOM THE AUTHOR IS INDEBTED
FOR ASSISTANCE IN THE INSCRIPTIONS.

•Babington, Rev. Prof. Churchill, D.D., IV. i, 2; VI. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9!,

iot, nt, 12-
Churton, Rev. W. R., B.D., Resident Fellow of King's College, Cambridge,

and Honorary Canon of Rochester Cathedral, IV. 3-13.

*Hort, Rev. F. J. A., D.D., Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, III. 1,
2 ; VI. 4, 14 ; VIII. 2, 3, 4, 5.

Jackson, Henry, Esq., M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, VIII. if.

*Lightfoot, Rev. Prof. J. B., D.D., Canon of St. Paul's, III n, 12, 13, 14,
15, 18 ; VII. 6, 8f, 9, 13, 14, 16, 17; VIII. 16.

Mayor, Rev. Prof., M.A., Senior Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.
Accentuated and corrected the Greek text, and corrected the transla-
tions of many of the inscriptions.

Munro, Rev. H. A. J., M.A., Senior Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge,

III.3,4,s; VI. 2, 13; VII. 20; VIII. 7, iS.
Nettleship, H., Esq., M A., Fellow and Tutor of Ch. Ch. College, Oxford,

VII. i8f.
Nixon, J. E., Esq., M.A., Dean and Classical Lecturer of King's College,

Cambridge, VI. 3, 15 ; VII. if; VIII. 6, 9!, iof, 11, 14, 17L

*Paley, Prof. F. A., M.A., Classical Examiner to the London University,
Editor of Aeschyhcs, Euripides, &c. &c, III. 7; V. 1-6 f; VI. it, 17)
iS, 19, 20, 22 ; VII. it, 7> 15/r 19+ ! vm- It, 9L i°t, i2, J5> r9-
Provost of Eton (Rev. C. O. Goodford, U.D.), VII. 5t; VIII. it-
Provost of King's (Rev. Richard Okes, D.D.), VIII. it.

Roberts, E. S., M.A., Fellow of Caius College, Cambridge, VI. 3 \ ; VII. 15 t ;
VIII. i7t.

Sandys, J. E., M.A., Fellow and Tutor of St. John's College, Cambridge,
Classical Lecturer at Jesus College, and Public Orator of the University
of Cambridge, VII. 8f, 15 t, iS f, 19 f.

Swete, Rev. H. B., B.D., Fellow of Caius College, Cambridge, II. 1-26.

inscriptions against which a dagger is placed have been edited by more than one

* These scholars have revised the majority of the inscriptions as thoroughly as the few
hours left available by the exigencies of printing would allow.

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person.

l'or the inscriptions not included in this table I am myself responsible. I am also
responsible for the text in uncial characters of all the inscriptions, the whole of which were
copied from the stones for the various contributors.
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