Aeneidea: Or Critical Exegetical and Aethetical Remarks on the Aeneis; With a Personal Collation of All the First Class Mss;, Upwards of One Hundred Second Class Mss;, and All the Principal Editions (Classic Reprint)

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  • Title: Aeneidea: Or Critical Exegetical and Aethetical Remarks on the Aeneis; With a Personal Collation of All the First Class Mss;, Upwards of One Hundred Second Class Mss;, and All the Principal Editions (Classic Reprint)
  • Author: JamesHenry
  • ISBN: 9781330723098
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Paperback
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    James Henry was an Irish classical scholar and poet.He was born in Dublin the son of a woollen draper, Robert Henry, and his wife Kathleen Elder He was educated by Unitarian schoolmasters and then at Trinity College, Dublin At age 11 he fell in love with the poetry of Virgil and got into the habit of always carrying a copy of the Aeneid in his left breast pocket In Trinity he graduated with the gold medal for Classics He then turned to medicine and until 1845 he practised as a physician in Dublin city In spite of his unconventionality and unorthodox views on religion and his own profession, he was very successful He married Anne Jane Patton, from Donegal, and had three daughters, only one of whom, Katherine, born 1830, survived infancy.His accession to a large fortune in 1845 enabled him to devote himself entirely to the absorbing occupation of his life the study of Virgil Accompanied by his wife and daughter, he visited all those parts of Europe where he was likely to find rare editions or manuscripts of the poet.When his wife died in Tyrol he continued his work with his daughter, who became quite a Virgil expert in her own right, and crossed the Alps seventeen times After the death of his daughter in 1872 he returned to Dublin and continued his research at Trinity College, Dublin He died at Dalkey, County Dublin.Note There are multiple authors with this name This author has two spaces.James Henry

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