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DECEMBER, 1909---FEBRUARY, 1910

Volume 57

THE CHAUTAUQUA PRESS

CHAUTAUQUA, NEW YORK

Copyright by The Chautauqua Press

1909

181, 342.

December, 1909---February, 1910
Architecture, Historic Types of: IV. Historical Persian Architec-

ture, 79; V. The Art of the Hittites, 238; VI. Phoenicia and

Asia Minor, 387.
Astronomical Photography, 411.
BREASTED, JAMES H. Å Reading Journey Through Egypt, 49, 206,

363.
C. L. S. C. Round Table: "Christmas is Here" (poem), 139; A

Merry Christmas, 139; Reading Course Complete, 140; Nau-
sicaa and Mary Jones, 141 ; James H. Carlyle, 142; John Flax-
man, 145; Group Letters, 146; The New Seniors, 146; Class
Notes of the Chautauqua Season, 147; Outlines, Programs,
Questions, 149-155; News from Readers and Circles, 155; Re-
view Questions on Homer, 159; Letter to the Class of 1910,
300; 1909 Class Picture, 302; The C. L. S. C. in Cuba, 302;
The New Books of the Classical Year, 305; Maternal Society,
305; Homer and Carlyle, 306; 1909 Letter Circles, 307; Out-
lines, Programs, and Questions, 308-316; News from Readers
and Circles, 316; Review Questions on "Social Life at Rome,"
321 ; What It Means to be a 1910, 442; A 1912 in New Zealand,
443; A Suggestion, 443; School Room Residuum, 444; Trans-
portation of Obelisk, 445; Cicero, 448; Outlines, Bibliography,
Questions, Programs, News from Readers and Circles, Re-

view Questions on "Friendly Stars,” 449-465.
COOKE, GEORGE Willis. Woman in the Progress of Civilization, 19,
Egypt, A Reading Journey Through: VI. The Voyage of the Nile

—The Tombs of the Barons-Abydos and Denderah, 49; V.
Thebes: Karnak and Luxor, 206; VI. Temples and Tombs of

Western Thebes, 363.
EMERSON, ALFRED. The Tale of Troy in Greek Art, 97:
Greek Art, The Tale of Troy in, 97.
Greek Athletics, The Spirit of,

255.
Highways and Byways: The Proposed Income Tax Amendment,

3; The Senate and Direct Elections, 5; Alaskan Government
and "Liberty," 7; Our Policy Toward Dependent_People, 8;
A School of Peace, 10; The New China and the Powers, 11;
The Hush in Europe and the Changing Situation, 13; Critical
Days in Spain, 15; The Increasing Cost of Living, 165; The
Standard Oil Decision and After, 167; Boston's New Charter
and Its Significance, 168; Waterways and National Needs, 170;

The Modern War on Disease, 172; Unrest and Reform in
Greece, 174; Liberal Reformers in India, 175; The Political
Crisis in England: Issues and Interests, 177; Note
and Comment, 180; The Roosevelt Policies and Congress,
372; The American Physical Type and Immigration, 329; The
White Slaves and the Social Evil, 331 ; A National Academy
of Arts and Letters, 333; Civil Press "Subsidies," 336; Pre-
serving Niagara Beautiful, 338; Little Belgium and the New

King, 339; Note and Comment, 341.
Library Shelf: The Heroism of the Countess of Montford, 133;

The Characters of Theophrastus, 282; Stories from the Hepta-
McNeil, MALCOLM. Astronomical Photography, 411.
Perseus and Andromeda, 274.
PILCHER, LEWIS F. Historic Types of Architecture, 70, 238, 387.
SHOREY, Paul. The Spirit of Greek Athletics, 255.
SPENCER, EDWINA. Early Madonnas, 114.
Star Myth of Taurus and the Pleiades, 431.
Vesper Hour, The, 127, 289, 425.
VINCENT, JOHN H. The Vesper Hour, 127, 289, 425.
Woman in the Progress of Civilization: IV. Woman under Feudal-

meron of Margaret of Navarre, 427.
Madonnas, Early, 114.

ism and Chivalry, 19; V. Women and Domestic Economy, 181;
VI. Individualism in the Renaissance, 342.

PICTURES.
Architecture, Historic Types of: Entablature and Support, 80; Plan

of Persepolis, 82; Rock-Cut Tomb of Darius, 83; Designs :
Corners of Halls of Xerxes and Karnak, 84; Persian Columns,
86; Portal of All Nations, Persepolis, 88; Mountain Scene, Per-
sia, 89; Ruins of Persepolis, 90; Irman Altars, 92; Development
of Arch Form, 92-3; Hittite Relief, 241; Bilingual Inscription,
241; Palace of Senjirli, 241; Excavations and Hittite Reliefs,
242; Arch Forms and Columns Result of Hittite Influence, 243;
Hittite God of the Sky, 244; Altar with Double Axe, 245; Base
of Column, Senjirli, 245; Double Axe on Coin, 245; Guilloche
Ornament, 245; Gate and Moat, Kadesh, 246; Gate of Lions
Mycenae, 246; Funerary Monument in Ayazaen, 247 ; Battle of
Kadesh, Mural Relief, 248-9; Gate, Senjirli, 250; Hittite Relief
Carving, 251; Assyrian Relief, Showing Columns, 252; City
of Kadesh, 252; Map of Hittite Region, 253 ; Hittite Seal, 254;
Diagrams of Hebrew Temples, 391, 392, 400, 401, 403, 404, 406;
Early Tomb Forms, 393; Shrine, Amrith, 394; Hebrew Taber-
nacle, 394; Side View, Temple of Jerusalem, 395; Temple of
Jerusalem, 396; Mosaic Tabernacle, 397; Lycian Tombs, 398;

Tumulus, 398.
C. L. S. C. Round Table: Arthur E. Bestor, 301 ; Voice of the

Pines, 302; Residence Street, Havana, 303; Boulevard, Havana,
304; Egyptian Gods, 309-312; Joliet Public Library, 447; Cicero,
Hadrian, 448; Egyptian List of Stars, 450; Egyptian Star Chart

of North Pole of Sky, 451 ; Zodiac, Temple of Denderah, 452.
Egypt, A Reading Journey Through: Dahabiyeh, 55; Winnowing

Grain, 56; Threshing, 57; Tombs, Assiut, 58; View of Assiut,
59; Brick Yard in Fayoum, 60; Hall, Denderah Temple, 61;
Painting from Beni-Hasan Tomb, 62; Wall Painting from
Tomb, 63; Front of Seti I's Temple, 64; Tomb, Benihasan, 64;
Colonnades of Seti I's Temple at Abydos, 65; Chapel in Seti
I's Temple, 65; Corner, Denderah Temple, 65; Hathor Temple,
66;, Wall Sculpture, 66; Cleopatra and Ptolemy, 67; Seti i
Making Offering, 67; Resurrection of Osiris, 67; Funeral, 68;
Nile Shore, 68; Front of Cliff Tombs, 69; Scribe's Scrawl, 70;
Stone with Account of Passion Play of Osiris, 74-5; Nave,
Hypostyle of Karnak, 164; Plan of Luxor Temple, 211; Map
of Thebes, 215; Dahabiyeh, 217; Court, Temple of Luxor, 217;
Views of Temple of Luxor, 218-19; Avenue of Rams, Karnak,
220; Statue Nefretiri, 220; Avenue of Ram-Sphinxes, 221;
Views of Luxor Temple, 222-3; First Pylon, Karnak, 223;
Views of Karnak, 224; Reliefs at Karnak, 225; Views of Kar-
nak, 266-232; Plan of Karnak Temple, 233; Temple of Queen
Hatshepsut, 326; Necropolis of Thebes, 365; Plain of Thebes

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from Cliffs, 366; Plain of Thebes, Statues of Amenhotep
(“Memnon"), 367; Statue of Ramses II, 368; Colonnade of
Seti l's Temple, 368; Wall Reliefs, 369; Entrance to Palace of
Ramses III, 370; Halls against Cliffs in_Rear of Hatshepsut's
Temple, 370; Reliefs of Expedition to Punt, 371-2; Sculptors
Drawing, 373; Valley of King's Tombs, 374; Ramesseum, 374;
Head of Amenhotep, 375; Figure of Seti I, 375; Entrance to

,
Madonnas, Early: "Burgomaster_Meyer” Madonna by Holbein, 2;

Orpheus Playing Lyre, 115; Early Christian Sarcophagus, 116;
Madonna of Sano di Pietro, 118; Madonna, Twelfth Century,
119; Madonna, Perugino, 120; Madonna of Ink-Horn, Bot-
ticelli, 121; “Granduca" Madonna, 122; Madonna by Michel-

Angelo, 122.
Perseus and Andromeda: Constellation Map of Cepheus, Cassio-

peia, and Perseus, 275; Head of Medusa, 277; Perseus and
Medusa, 278; Base Decorations of Cellini's Perseus, 279; Per-

seus and Andromeda, 279, 280; Nereid on Sea-Monster, 281.
Spirit of Greek Athletics, The: Race for Warriors, 256; Diadu-

menos of Polycleitos, 257; Boxers, 258; Tumblers, 259; Wrest-
ling Contest 260; Apoxymenos, 261 ; Statue of Roman Boxer,
262; The Diskobolos, 264; Contestants, 266; Victor in Chariot

Race, 257; Victors, 268-9; Hercules, 270: Doryphoros, 271.
Star Myth of Taurus and the Pleiades: Rape of Europa, 432;

Europa and the Bull, 433; Conova's Perseus, 434; Atlas, 435;
Bellerophon, 436; Tantalus, Ixion, and Sisyphus, 437; Taurus,

438.
Tale of Troy in Greek Art, The: Blinding Polyphemos, 98; Sarco-

phagus Cover, 99; Combat between Achilles and Memnon, 100;
Hermes Leads Goddesses to Paris, 100; Paris Receives Hermes
and Goddesses, 101; Ark of Kypelos (restored), 102; Ajax
Rescuing Corpse of Achilles, 104; Odysseus and Companions
Evoke the Shade of Tiresias, 105; Rape of Thetis by Peleus,
106; Achilles and Penthesilea, 107; Athens, Aphrodite and
Eros, 108; Odysseus and Telemachos Attack the Suitors, 109;

The Land of the Laestrygons, 110.
Woman in the Progress of Civilization: St. Cecilia and Valerian,

25; Tournament Prize, 27; Table Service of a Lady of Quality,
28; Ladies Hunting, 29; A Young Mother's Retinue, 30; Start-
ing for the Promenade, 31; Court of Ladies of Queen Anne of
Brittany, 32; The Queen of Sheba before Solomon, 33; The
Court of Mary of Anjou, 34; Saint Catherine, 35; Anne of
Brittany, 36; Foundation of Abbeys in Ninth Century, 38;
St. Elizabeth of Hungary, 39; Court of Love, Provence, 4!;
Woman Protected by Knighthood, 42; Tournaments, 43 ; Knight
Going to War, 45; Laborers in Middle Ages, 183; Life on
Small Farms, Middle Ages, 184-5; Peasant Dance, 187; Be-
sieging the Castle of Love, 189; Execution of the Pirate Stoer-
tebeck, 190; Domestic Occupation of Peasants, 192; Country
Women with Their Wares, 195; Domestic Occupations, 196-7;
Fourteenth Century Artisans, 198; Types of Women's Dress,
Fifteenth Century, 199; Costumes Fifteenth Century, 2007
Leader of Parisian Merchants and Wife, Fifteenth Century,
203; Tanners in Ceremonial Costume, Fourteenth Century,
204; Queen Elizabeth, 343; Bianca Capella, Madonna Laura,
Vittoria Colonna, 340; Michael Angelo, Erasmus, Boccaccio,
Petrarch, 345; Christine de Pisan, 346, 347, 348.

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