A. D. Godley
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A. D. Godley: Alfred Denis Godley was an English classical scholar and author of humorous poems. From 1910 to 1920 he was Public Orator at the University of Oxford, a post that involved composing citations in Latin for the recipients of honorary degrees. One of these was for Thomas Hardy who received an Honorary D. Litt. in 1920, and whose treatment of rural themes Godley compared to Virgil.
- born in (160 years ago)
- nationality: England
- died in (91 years ago)
- written works: "Socrates And Athenian Society In His Day", "The Histories Of Tacitus", "I believe in democracy", "The philosophy of Bergson", "The two moralities", "The good and the clever", "The churches and democracy", "The moral teaching of Jesus", "The modern democratic state", "The essentials of democracy", "Karl Marx's Capital", "Religion, science, and society in the modern world", "Toleration and democracy", "The nature of religious truth", "The Motor Bus"
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by Morris L. Bierbrier
A. D. Godley. Loeb Classical Library. London: William Heinemann, 1921. Horapollo. The Hieroglyphics, trans. George Boas. Bollinger Series XXIII. New York: Pantheon Books, 1950. New edition with new foreword, ...
by Joyce E. Salisbury
A. D. Godley. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1925. Artists, Hellenistic During the Hellenistic period (beginning with the death of Alexander the Great in 323 B.C.), ...
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