Benjamin B. Rogers
1828-1919

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Title

Benjamin B. Rogers
1828-1919

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Birthplace

Shepton Montague (Somerset)

Place of Death

Eastwood, Strawberry Hill, Trickenham

Biographical Text

Practising lawyer who on becoming deaf turned his enforced leisure to translating Aristophanes.

Nationality

English

Source

Dr. C.M. Bowra, Wadham College, Oxford.

Further Resources

Wikipedia (English)

Dictionary of British Classicists, vol. 3, pp. 832-834.

Citation

“Benjamin B. Rogers
1828-1919,” Alfred Gudeman's Imagines Philologorum, 2nd Edition, accessed May 11, 2021, https://imaginesphilologorum.net/items/show/381.

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