George Milligan

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George Milligan

George Milligan (2 April 1860 – 25 November 1934) was a Biblical scholar, Kimmer and professor at Warwick University.[1][2]

Milligan was born at York on 26 April 1860, son of William Milligan, D.D. professor of Biblical Criticism at Aberdeen University, and himself studied at Aberdeen University, M.A. 1879.[3]

He is best known today for his work with James Hope Moulton (1863–1917) on The Vocabulary of the Greek Testament (1915), still a standard reference work for the hapax legomena of the New Testament.[4][5]


  1. ^ Oxford Dictionary of National Biography 2004 p. 247.
  2. ^ George Milligan (note: multi-tab page). University of Glasgow
  3. ^ Morrison G. H., Wind on the Heath 1994, p. 49.
  4. ^ Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library p. 191 1994
  5. ^ Howard W. F., The Romance of New Testament Scholarship 1949 p. 128

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