George Stanhope

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George Stanhope (1660–1728) was Dean of Canterbury from 1704. He was educated at Eton College (1677), King's College, Cambridge (1677-78 ; B.A. 1681/2; M.A. 1685; D.D. 1697; Fellow, 1680). He was vicar of Lewisham (1689-1728) and vicar of Deptford (1702).[1]

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Marcus Aurelius Antoninus. Markou Antoninou tou autokratoros, ton eis heauton, biblia 12. Marci Antonini ... de rebus suis, sive de eis quae ad se pertinere censebat, libri XII locis haud paucis repurgati, suppleti, restituti : versione insuper Latina nova ... ac commentario perpetuo explicati atque illustrati studio operâque Thomae Gatakeri. Huic secundae editioni accessere annotationes selectiores A. D'Acerii latinitate donatae necnon Marci Antonini vita ... , à Geo. Stanhope. 1697.
Inscription on title page verso: Liber Ecclesiæ Metropoliticæ Christi Cantuar Ex dono Dignissimi Dni Georgij Stanhope S.T.P. Ejusd[em] Eccl[es]iæ Decani. 1724.
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