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|Minns, Ellis Hovell.|
Adm. at PEMBROKE, Oct. 1893.
2nd s. of the Rev. George William Walter (next), V. of Weston, Southampton.
B. July 16, 1874, at Addison Gardens, Kensington.
Matric. Michs. 1893; Scholar; B.A. (Class.
Trip., Pt I, 1st Class) 1896; (Class.
Trip., Pt II, 1st Class, 1897); M.A. 1900; Craven Student, 1900; Litt.D. 1920.
Fellow, 1899-1905 and 1913-51-; President.
Studied at L'Ecole des Chartres and L'Ecole des Langues Orientales in Paris.
In Russia, 1898-9, as Craven Student.
University Lecturer in Palaeography, 1906-27.
Disney Professor of Archaeology, 1927-39; retired.
Sandars Reader in Bibliography, 1925.
F.B.A., 1925; F.S.A., 1920; Hon. M.R.I.A., 1934.
President of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 1913-14 and 1929-30.
Hon. D.Gr.Litt., University of St Vladimir, Kiev.
Corresponding Member of the Acad.
Material Culture, Leningrad, Finnish Archaeol.
Soc., Bulgarian Inst.
Freeman of the City of Norwich.
Author, Scythians and Greeks; Parchments of the Parthian Period from Avroman; The Art of the Northern Nomads. Translated and edited N. P. Kondakov's The Russian Icon. Of 2, Wordsworth Grove, Cambridge, in 1951.
|Ellis Hovell MINNS |
Approx. lifespan: 18741953
Adm Pembroke College 1893:10
2nd s. of Rev. George William WALTER (next), V.: Weston, Southampton, [Hampshire],
b. Addison Gardens, Kensington, [London], 1874:07:16
Sch: Charterhouse School Charterhouse, [London],
BA Class.Trip., Pt I, 1st Class 1896
Class.Trip., Pt II, 1st Class(1897));
Craven Student: 1900
Studied at L'Ecole des Chartres and L'Ecole des Langues Orientales in Paris, [France],
In Russia , 1898-99, as Craven
University Lecturer in Palaeography 1906-27
Disney Professor of Archaeology: 1927-39
Sandars Reader in Bibliography 1925
Hon. M.R.I.A. 1934
President of: CB, ???, Antiquarian Society 1913-14, and 1929-30
Hon. D.Gr.Litt., Sch: University of St Vladimir, Kiev, [Russia],
Corresponding Member of: the Acad. Hist. Material Culture, Leningrad, [Russia], , Finnish Archaeol. Society
Sch: Bulgarian Institution
Freeman of: : City of Norwich, [Norfolk],
Publ.: Scythians and Greeks; Parchments of the Parthian Period from Avroman; The Art of the Northern Nomads
Translated and edited N. P. Kondakov's The Russian Icon
Of 2 Wordsworth Grove, [+ci]CB[-ci] [Cambridgeshire], in1951
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[add:]Married 1907, Violet NALDER dau. of F. NALDER of Falmouth, [Cornwall], [:add]
[add:] d. 1953:06:13 [:add]
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