TITLE

PALEY, Frederick Apthorpe (1815-88)

AUTHOR(S)
Stephens, John
PUB. DATE
June 2006
SOURCE
Continuum Encyclopedia of British Philosophy;2006, Vol. 3, p2412
SOURCE TYPE
Encyclopedia
DOC. TYPE
Reference Entry
ABSTRACT
The article presents an encyclopedia entry for British Classicist Frederick Aphthorpe Paley. When Cambridge removed its religious prohibition, Paley moved in to teach the Classics. He was appointed professor of Classical literature at the Catholic University in Kensington from 1874-1877. Some of his writings on the Classics include editions of Aeschylus with Latin notes, the edited works Euripides, Hesiod and Theocritus.
ACCESSION #
23609583

 

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