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George Rawlinson (1812–1902)

Rawlinson, George. A noted English scholar, historian and theological writer; born at Chadlington, 1812; died in London, Oct. 5, 1902. He was canon of Canterbury Cathedral. His chief works are indispensable classics in their fields; notably the set of ‘Great Oriental Monarchies’ (‘Five,’ 1862–67; ‘Sixth,’ 1873; ‘Seventh,’ 1876), and (with his brother Henry and Sir J. G. Wilkinson) the four-volume edition of Herodotus (1858–60). He also wrote a ‘History of Egypt’ (1881); ‘Phœnicia’ (1889).