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^An Archaeologicdi.1 Tour to Greece and Itawly T"fram°t'hefr^^l|."^?.*^i'*'^'^",^°='"'J^"'=*"<* teachers of the classics, ancient history and archeology who can be absent at Harvard oJj, ""^ '"S 'h* summer and who desire to see these lands under the guidance of a former instructor in Greek Th f ^ ™^F"e>' of the American School at Athens in 1897-1899. ■riven S^HL'^aM^ from New York for Naples about June asd, and go first to Greece, to which at least five weeks will be Cane^kn^^f^Z r,.,u"%., Y'c'nity, the party will probably visit Nauplia. Epidauros, Tiryns, Mycene, Corinth, Eleusis, fn It r ' " , P*"' O'y^P'a, ^tolia and Corfu, and possibly places of interest in Thessaly. Rpinrninp- the T^rt„Zut To- w °'^ ™S* 1^'" ^^ ^iven to Rome and vicinity and the remaining time to Pompeii, Pffistum, Naples and vicinity. Mediterranean ?oute ^°"' September 2d, reaching New York about September 15th, both voyages being by the The cost of the tour vijill be, as in 1902, but I475, which includes all necessary expenses for travel, living and sight-seeing. AS the size ot the party is limited and places are already taken, applications should be made at an early date. T I 'P'Pi5"°'f°^)°" IS endorsed by leading educators such as Profs. John Williams White, of Harvard; T. D. Seymour, of Yale- J. irvmg -■uanatt, ot Brown, and M. L. D'Ooge, of Michigan University, and the feasibility of summer travel in Greece and Italy was demonstrated by the experience of the party ita 1902. = j ■ .7 j «»= For further information and circulars, address ARTHUR STODDARD COOLEY, Ph.D.

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