The resident staff of instructors in the American School of Classical Studies in Rome for the year 1901-1902 will consist of the Director, Professor Richard Norton, Harvard '92, and Professor F. F. Abbott of the University of Chicago. The regular courses of instruction to be given are as follows: By Professor Norton--Ancient Archaeology and Art; The Topography and Monuments of Ancient--Rome: by Professor Abbott--Latin Epigraphy; Latin Palaeography. The larger part of these lectures will given in the field or in the museums, so that actual illustration may be made of the objects discussed. In addition to these lecture courses by the resident American instructors, briefer courses will be given at intervals during the year by specialists in several other branches of archaeology. One lecture a week on a topic of current archaeological interest will also be given by some European scholar of prominence.
School of Classical Studies in Rome.
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