Classics Transformed: Schools, Universities, and Society in England, 1830-1960

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INDEX
(References to illustrations are given in bold type.)
Abbott, Edwin Abbott111, 185, 187
Academy, The128-9
Acland, Thomas123
Altertumswissenschaft23, 26, 107, 246
Antoinos 150
Archer-Hind, Richard149
architecture 63-4
Aristotle 122
Armstrong, Henry264
Arnold, E. V. 262
Arnold, Matthew77, 102, 173-4, 202
Arnold, Thomas73, 192
Arnold, Thomas Kerchever55, 64 n. 60
Association for the Improvement of Geometry Teaching248
Association for the Reform of Latin Teaching251-3, 279
Badham, Charles44, 61
Balbus 281
Barrow, R. B.279, 293
Beaufoy, Henry43-4
Beerbohm, Max13
Belloc, Hilaire292
Benson, A. C. 259
Bentley, Richard120
Bergson, Henri161
Bernstein, Basil274
Bibliotheca Classica 61-2, 100, 101 n. 40
'Big Jebb' 140
'Big Kock' 218 n. 39
Bildung73
Birch, Thomas21 n. 41
Birmingham32-3, 182-3
Birtles, Bert and Dora292-3
Blakesley, J. W. 123
Board of Education 172, 176, 235-70 passim,277
Advanced Courses ( 1917-35) 230, 246-7, 259, 268
Secondary School Regulations ( 1904) 238, 240-3
Boer War236
Bowen, Charles65
Bowen, Edward67-8, 95-6, 153, 185, 187, 192-3
'Bradley's Arnold' 55, 190
Brink, C. O. 295
British School at Athens220
Brittain, Frederick199
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett81
Browning, Oscar189-90
Bruce, W. N.239
Brugmann, Karl149, 194
Bryce, Viscount266, 292
Bryce Commission ( 1893) 172-6, 275
Burrows, Ronald250-1
Busby, Richardii,x, 40
Butcher, S. H.198, 208, 218, 256
Butler, Montagu48, 71, 95, 130
Butler, Samuel22
Byron, Lord57
Bywater, Ingram142, 145, 154, 215
Calverley, C. S. 68
Cambridge, University of:
chair of Greek 141
chair of Latin ( 1869) 61, 123-4, 141, 143-4
Chancellor's Medal 148
Classical Tripos 123, 133-4, 142-9, 162, 207-8, 282
English Tripos 282
Mathematical Tripos 49, 122-3, 133
Royal Commissions 87, 93-4, 146
Cambridge Etymological Society149
Cambridge Greek Play 157-61
Cambridge Latin Course 296
Cambridge Philological Society135, 149, 189
'Cambridge Ritualists' 161
Cambridge University Press55, 190-1
Cannan, Charles216
Case, Janet160-1
Catalan 16
Chamberlain, Joseph261
Chartcrhouse School182
Chartism 85

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