David Winton Thomas

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David Winton Thomas (26 January 1901–18 June 1970) was Regius Professor of Hebrew at the University of Cambridge from 1938 to 1968.[1] He was one of the first pupils of Godfrey Rolles Driver.[2]


  1. ^ Emerton, J. A. (July 1991). "The Work of David Winton Thomas as a Hebrew Scholar". Vetus Testamentum 41 (3): 287–303. JSTOR 1519069.  edit
  2. ^ Emerton, J. A. (1970). "David Winton Thomas". Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 82 (3). doi:10.1515/zatw.1970.82.3.V.  edit
Academic offices
Preceded by
Stanley Arthur Cook
Regius Professor of Hebrew, Cambridge University
Succeeded by
John Emerton