The plan of popular instructors in Archaeology, which the Faculty has adopted in the lectures of Professor Lanciani, is to be continued during January by Professor Frothingham, upon the archaeology of Assyria. The lectures of a man so well known in his department, although perhaps on a less popular branch of the study, are deserving of large attendance. The science so thoroughly developed by Rawlinson and lately by Schliemann and his co-workers has become a common and widely interesting part of human knowledge. Even part of the news of the daily press of late years has been reports of the successes or failures of archaeologists working upper the direction of states or through individual effort.
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