Thomas Ethelbert Page
Thomas Ethelbert Page, CH (27 March 1850 – 1 April 1936) was a British classicist.
After his graduation, Page worked as a sixth-form master at Charterhouse School until 1910. After his retirement, he was appointed as the first editor of the Loeb Classical Library. During his career, he was offered the headships of Harrow and Shrewsbury, as well as the Kennedy Professor of Latin at Cambridge, all of which he turned down.
Page received the LittD from Manchester University in 1913 and was made an honorary Fellow of St John's College in 1931. He was appointed a Companion of Honour in the 1934 New Year Honours "for services to scholarship and letters".
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