Henry Fanshawe Tozer

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Henry Fanshawe Tozer in 1883

Henry Fanshawe Tozer (1829 – 1916) was an English writer, teacher, and traveler. After graduating from Exeter College, Oxford, in 1850, he was tutor there from 1855 to 1893 and was also curator of the Taylor Institution (Oxford) from 1869 to 1893.[1] His brother-in-law was Ernest Mason Satow. He traveled much in Greece and in European and Asiatic Turkey, and besides editing various works, published:

  • The Highlands of Turkey (two volumes, 1869)
  • Lectures on the Geography of Greece (1873)
  • Primer of Classical Geography (1877)
  • Turkish Armenia and Eastern Asia Minor (1881)
  • The Church and the Eastern Empire (1888)
  • The Islands of the Ægean (1890)
  • History of Ancient Geography (1897)
  • An English Commentary on Dante's Divina Commedia (1901)
  • Translation of the Divina Commedia (1904)

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  1. ^ "TOZER, Rev. Henry Fanshawe". Who's Who, 59: p. 1763. 1907. 

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