Professor of Ancient History (Cambridge)

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The Professorship of Ancient History at the University of Cambridge was established by grace of 27 October 1898. The original electors were the Vice-Chancellor and eight persons elected by the Senate, two being nominated by the Council of the Senate, three by the General Board, and three by the Special Board for Classics.

Professors of Ancient History[edit]