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Samuel Sharpe, egyptologist and translator of the Bible

by Peter William Clayden

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Published by K. Paul, Trench & co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sharpe, Samuel, 1790-1881,
  • Egyptologists -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby P. W. Clayden
    GenreBiography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ1064.S6 C5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 320 p.
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24180468M
    LC Control Number01002702
    OCLC/WorldCa4727354

    English Egyptologists: Howard Carter, Thomas Young, Flinders Petrie, E. A. Wallis Budge, Richard William Howard Vyse, Henry Hall, Samuel Sharpe Source Wikipedia, Books Llc General Books, . Samuel Sharpe (scholar) (–), Egyptologist and translator of the Bible William F. Sharpe, (born ), U.S. economist and inventor of the Sharpe ratio In the arts.

    Samuel Sharpe (–) was an Egyptologist, historian, and biblical translator. Sharpe made his living as a banker for more than 40 years before retiring to devote his fulltime to his studies. His works include Egyptian Inscriptions, History of Egypt from the Earliest Times till AD , and History of the Hebrew Nation and Literature. The German Egyptologist, Herr Pietschmann reviewed the “Book of the Beginnings” The writer has taken the precaution all through of getting his fundamental facts in Egyptology verified by one of the foremost of living authorities, Dr. Samuel Birch, to whom he returns his heartiest acknowledgements.

    Matilda Sharpe ( – ) was born on 4 April at 38 Canonbury Place, the second of six children of Samuel Sharpe (–), Sarah Sharpe (–). Samuel Sharpe was a successful banker, Egyptologist and biblical scholar, translator of the bible, who actively supported the Unitarian movement along with many other notable people. La Sainte Bible (traduction nouvelle selon la Vulgate) by Bourassé et Janvier and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at awordathought.com


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Excerpt from Samuel Sharpe: Egyptologist and Translator of the Bible Of the elder half-sister from home the whole stress of devoted and exclusive attendance upon them fell on their mother.

She would not spoil her step daughter's holiday by telling her of their illness. Samuel Sharpe (–) was an English Unitarian banker who, in his leisure hours, made substantial contributions to Egyptology and Biblical translation.

Like his literary uncle Samuel Rogers, he was connected for much of his life with Newington Green Unitarian Church. Jan 30,  · Sharpe, Samuel (DNB00) ​ SHARPE, SAMUEL (–), Egyptologist and translator of the Bible, second son of Sutton Sharpe (–), brewer, by his second wife, Maria (d.

), third daughter of Thomas Rogers, banker, was born in King Street, Golden Square, London, on 8 Marchand baptised at St. James's, Piccadilly. The Sharpe Translations by V. Alex Bills (The Bible Collector – Oct/Dec ) “Samuel Sharpe, Egyptologist and Translator of the Bible” reads the title of the biography by P.

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Full text of "Samuel Sharpe, egyptologist and translator of the Bible;". Mar 09,  · Works about Sharpe. "Sharpe, Samuel," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols.

Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. He is called on the title-page of his biography, "Egyptologist and Translator of the Bible," yet it is probable that few, even of those who have concerned themselves with researches into the antiquity and history of Egypt, and with the question of a revised translation of the Scriptures, know the value of what he did in respect of these two.

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Michael Connelly. € €. Samuel Sharpe ( – ) was an English Unitarian Egyptologist and translator of the Bible.4/5(1). Sharpe () had published his own version of the New Testament in A detailed account of Sharpe’s life and work is given in Peter W.

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The existence of competing visions of Egypt, which.He wrote (or compiled and edited) biographies of a notable uncle and nephew, Samuel Sharpe, Egyptologist and Translator of the Bible (), The Early Life of Samuel Rogers () and Rogers and his Contemporaries (), described as "a standard Victorian life-and-letters volume, which is to say that it consists of transcripts of manuscript letters interspersed with connecting biographical material .