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A lecture in Italian, open to the public, will be given by Professor Torquato Giannini of University of Rome in Emerson J at 8 o'clock this evening. The subject is "La Navigazione in Virgilio."
The lecture, which is being held under the auspices of the department of Romance Languages and Literatures, is presented as part of Harvard's commemoration of the Virgilian bimillenary. This fall several departments of the University have arranged for lectures in commemoration of Virgil's birth. During the birthday week of Virgil last October, three lectures were given in the Fogg Museum under the auspices of the department of Classics.
On next Friday Professor Robert Seymour Conway, of Victoria University, Manchester, England, and Charles Eliot Norton Lecturer to the Archaeological Institute of America will deliver a lecture entitled "Virgil's Creative Art" in the large lecture room of the Fogg Museum of Art at 8 o'clock.
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