Frederick Field

(1801—1885) patristics scholar

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biblical and patristic scholar. Educated at Christ's Hospital and Trinity College, Cambridge, he was elected a Fellow of his college in 1824, and from 1842 to 1863 was rector ...

Subjects: Christianity.

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