Professor K.F. Huelsen, of the German Imperial Archaeological Institute in Rome, will deliver a lecture in German with stereopticon illustrations in the Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum this evening at 8 o'clock. His subject will be "The Golden House of Nero."
Professor Huelsen is one of the foremost authorities on the monuments and topography of ancient Italy. He has lived in Rome most of the time since 1880, being appointed secretary of the German Institute in 1887. He has been active in collecting and publishing Roman inscriptions and has written much on archaeological topics, including an excellent book on the Roman Forum. The subject of the lecture this evening suggests an address recently delivered at Harvard by Signor Ferrero; it will be of interest to see whether Professor Huelsen agrees with the Italian scholar in all points or not.