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Edelstein, Ludwig (23 April 1902–16 August 1965), classical scholar and historian of medicine, was born in Berlin, Germany, the son of Isidor Edelstein, a wealthy Jewish businessman, and Mathilde Adler. Taught first by private tutors, Ludwig Edelstein later entered the Joachim Friedrich Humanistic Gymnasium in Berlin, where he received grounding in Greek and Latin. He studied from 1921 to 1924 at the Friedrich-Wilhelms University in his native city. From the start he concentrated in philosophy and classics and was especially influenced by the classicist ...

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Pease, Arthur Stanley (22 September 1881–07 January 1964), classicist, college president, and botanist, was born in Somers, Connecticut, the son of Theodore Claudius Pease, a Congregationalist minister, and Abby Frances Cutter. Pease graduated from Harvard summa cum laude in 1902, receiving the M.A. in 1903 and the Ph.D. in 1905. He studied at the American School of Classical Studies in Rome (1905–1906) and taught at Harvard (1906–1909) before moving to the University of Illinois as assistant professor of classics. He married Henrietta Faxon in 1909 and had one child. Pease rose to professor of classics and curator of the university’s museum of classical art and archaeology. Early in his career he demonstrated his preference for writing works of reference rather than analysis: at Illinois he collaborated on an ...