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236 PAST AND PRESENT STAFF FACULTY OF THEOLOGY DOGMATIC THEOLOGY Professors 1903 Arthur Oayley Headlam 1924 Herbert Maurice Relton Lecturers 1907 Arnold Robert Whately 1924 Richard Hanson 1909 Walter Robert Matthews 1933 Lewis John Collins 1919 Charles Gore LL 1946 Walter William Seymour March Herbert Maurice Relton BIBLICAL AND HISTORICAL THEOLOGY Professors 1948 Robert Victor Sellers 1954 Dennis Eric Nineham HEBREW AND THE EXEGESIS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT Professors 1846 Alexander Israel McCaul 1927 William Oscar Emil Oesterley 1863 Stanley Leathes Litt 00 Alexander Nairne 1935 Sydney Lawrence Brown 1918 George Herbert Box Assistant Professor 1912 Herbert Fuller Bright Compston Lecturers 1863 Alexander Israel McCaul 1911 George Herbert Box 1899 Alexander Nairne 1921 Frederick James Hollis 1903 Herbert Fuller Bright Compston 1945 Ulrich Ernst SmoN Th Bon Lecturers 19S0 Samuel Henry Hooke 1948 William Dure McHardy 1946 Alfred Ouillaume Phil ASSYRIOLOGY Hon Lecturer in Accadian Assyriology Hon Lecturer in Humerian Assyriology 1924 Sidney Smith 1924 Cyril John Gadd EXEGESIS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT Professors 1846 Richard Chenevix Trench 1921 Henry Leighton Goudge 1858 Charles John Ellicott 1923 Frank Russell Barry 1863 Edward Hayes l'lumptre 1928 Edward John Bicknell 1881 George Herbert Curtels 1936 Randolph Vincent Greenwood 1894 Richard John Knowling Tasker 1905 Henry Julian White Assistant Professor Stanley Charles Edmund Legg Late Bishop of Oxford 8tyled" Professor of Divinity from 1846 to 1853 Fellow of Jesus College Cambridge Prebendary of St Paul's Fellow of Jesus College Cambridge Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of St Albans afterwards Regius Professor of Divinity Cambridge Canon of St Albans Afterwards Samuel Davidson Professor of Old Testament Studies in the University of London Canon of Chelmsford and afterwards of Worcester ×™ Samuel Davidson Professor of Old Testament Studies in the University of London Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology in the University of London 1938 Archbishop of Dublin Fellow of St John's College Cambridge Bishop of Gloucester 11 Fellow of Brasenose College Oxford Dean of Wells Canon of Lichfield 11 Professor of Divinity and Canon of Durham Afterwards Dean of Christ Church Oxford Afterwards Canon of Christ Church and Regius Professor of Divinity Oxford Formerly Fellow of Oriel College Oxford Afterwards Bishop of Southwell
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