The New International Encyclopædia/Emerson, Alfred
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EMERSON, Alfred (1859—). An American archæologist, appointed associate professor of classical archæology at Cornell University in 1891. He was born at Greencastle, Pa., and was educated in Germany and at the Johns Hopkins University. Professor Emerson's publications include Dissertatio de Hercule Homerico (1881). In 1891 he became a contributing editor of the American Journal of Archæology.