page 294 note 1 The MS, of this review was found among the papers of the late Dr. Ashby. In the absence of any indication that it had been printed already, or of the place in which it was intended to appear, the Editorial Committee gladly accedes to Mrs. Ashby's suggestion that it should be published in the Journal.
page 295 note 1 The design consists of chequers of selce and white and green limestone; and Miss Blake might have added that the same design is found in the wall paintings.
page 295 note 2Platner, and Ashby, , Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome, pp. 194, 195.
page 295 note 3Bull. Com. xxxvii. (1909) 67 and pl. iii. fig. 2. Guida arch, della Città di Palestrina (1912), P.78, pl. 7.
page 295 note 4 On p. 54 Miss Blake alludes to ‘a section of plain white pavement, composed of coarser oblong tesserae laid in pairs’ and considers it possible that this part of the pavement was relaid in modern times. I am not inclined, as far as my recollection serves me, to agree.
page 295 note 5 See J.R.S., iv. (1914), 131 and above, pp. 277, 281.
page 295 note 6J.R.S., x. (1920), 200.
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