Talk:William Smith (lexicographer)

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In 1843, shortly after he published his Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, William Smith was appointed Classical Tutor at Homerton College, London. The 'Old College' at Homerton had been affiliated to London University by Royal Warrant in 1840. Source: T. Simms, Homerton College 1695 - 1978 (Published by the Trustees of Homerton College 1979) pp. 14-15.