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  • Author:Clifford Herschel Moore (category Classical scholars)
    Professor of Latin in Harvard University, Professor in American School of Classical Studies in Rome, 1905-6 (1914) “Harvard University,” Encyclopædia Britannica
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  • in Harvard University, and (1911-1912) in the American School of Classical Studies at Athens "Homer and the Epic" in The Harvard Classics, Vol. 51 (1914)
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  • Author:Richard Norton (category Classical scholars)
    NortonRichardNortonNorton,_Richard18721918Director of the American School of Classical Studies in Rome, and Professor of History of Art and Archaeology, Bryn Mawr
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  • Author:Richard Claverhouse Jebb (category Classical scholars)
    Mind on Modern Life (1893) Lucian (1900) On Present Tendencies in Classical Studies (1889) Samuel Johnson (1894) Suidas on the Change Ascribed to Sophocles
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  • AiméGilbert Murray.jpg18661957Anglo-Australian classical scholar and public intellectual Classical studies Aristotle on the art of poetry The Place of
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  • American School of Classical Studies, Athens. Member of American Geological Society, British Society of Promotion of Hellenic Studies, Greek Archaeological
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  • Schulgrammatik der Griechischen Sprache with Samuel Harvey Taylor Classical Studies, essays in ancient literature and art, (1844), Works by this
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  • Harvard University, and (1911­­­­–1912) in the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. 66 III. Dante. By Charles Hall Grandgent, A. B., Professor
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  • Samuel Johnson 479 Humanism in Education 506 On Present Tendencies in Classical Studies 545 The Influence of the Greek Mind on Modern Life 560 The Work of
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  • Harvard University, and (1911­­­­–1912) in the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. 66 III. Dante. By Charles Hall Grandgent, A. B., Professor
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  • Present Tendencies in Classical Studies  (1889)  by Richard Claverhouse Jebb 359831On the Present Tendencies in Classical StudiesRichard Claverhouse
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  • Co., to Messrs Longman & Co., to the Editor of the Journal of Hellenic Studies, and to the Editor of Hellenica, for permitting me to include in this volume
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  • soon made a moderate fortune which gave him leisure to pursue his classical studies. Ainsworth's name is associated with his Latin-English Dictionary
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  • peace, and for some time high sheriff. His leisure was devoted to classical studies and general literature, and he published several volumes of verse
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  • student there for three years, and studied at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens (1887-1889) and in Leipzig (1889-1892). In 1892 he became
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  • subject are criticized by W. W. Fowler in W. H. D. Rouse's The Year's Work in Classical Studies (1907); C. Pascal, Studii di antichita e Mitologià (1896).
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  • his first wife. Perhaps the most noteworthy of his writings are his classical studies, which include translations from Aristotle, Suetonius, and Tacitus
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  • Author:Edward Gibbon (category Classical scholars)
    Æneid (1770) Memoirs of my Life and Writings "Gibbon's Autobiography" in Studies of a Biographer, Vol. 1 (1898) by Leslie Stephen “Gibbon, Edward,” in Dictionary
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  • Hamilton finally settled in Switzerland, where he occupied himself with classical studies. In 1737 he married Antoinette Courtney of Archambaud. He died at
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  • devoted mainly to classical studies; and the other the real schools, modern in origin, and devoted chiefly to modern and scientific studies: and it was said
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