For 'Sundries from Ephesus,' p. 22, read 'Inscriptions from the Peribolus Wall,' &c.
Nos. 2 and 3.
Page 24, for ' when 1 commenced work,' read ' where,' ..Sic.
Page 30, for ' Falkner,' read ' Falkener.'
For ' Iris,' p. 31, read ' Isis.'
For 'Sundries from Ephesus,' pp. 39, 41, &c, read • Inscriptions from the City and
Page 47, for 'Sundries,' &c. read ' Inscriptions from the Odeum, No. 6.'
Page 52,>r 'ten feet deep,' read ' ten feet wide.'
Page 154, foot-note 1, for 'No. 1,' read 'No. 3.'
Page 154, foot-note l, for ' No. 4,' read ' No. 2.'
Page 188, for 'female struggling with Hercules,' read ' Herakles struggling with an
The plate opposite page 224 should have been lettered, Sculptured Drum No. 4, and the
plate opposite page 23S should have been lettered, Sculptured Drum No 5
Page 234, for ' to a line at a given distance of the pavement,' read ' from the pavement.'
Page 239, foot-note, ' see Plate.' No illustration of these fragments was ultimately pre-
pared, but they were similar in character to the subject of the plan facing page 214.
Page 243, for ' Palmak,' read ' Parmak.'
Page 264, for '41S feet, 1 inch,' read '418 feet, \\ inch.'
Page 26S, for'ail the ordinary columns of the Peristyle,' read • al] the ordinary outer