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

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Errata ct Corrigenda.

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
Suburbs.'

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
Amazon.'

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
columns,' &c.


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