Robinson, Edward

Robinson, Edward

(1794–1863) philologist, geographer, biblical scholar; born in Southington, Conn. He trained in Hebrew studies and geography at Hamilton College and in Germany. After touring the Holy Land, he published the first scholarly investigation of the region, Biblical Researches in Palestine… (3 vols. 1841), an epoch-making work of historical geography. After 1837 he was professor of biblical literature at Union Theological Seminary, New York.
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The foursome of Milam, Robinson, Edward and Ethan Zettler finished in 44.93, just barely behind Sparta (44.78).
According to Hejtmanek, some of the seminal figures in Korean studies who were former Peace Corps volunteers include Donald Baker, Donald Clark, Bruce Cumings, Carter Eckert, Laurel Kendall, Linda Lewis, David McCann, Michael Robinson, Edward Shultz and Clark Sorensen.
Assistant Scout leader, David Bottom, said his team, comprising scouts Jonathan Bottom, Matthew Roberts, Stephen Derych, Tom Scholefield, Jack Shaw, Luke Robinson, Harry Robinson, Edward Penrose-Bottom and James Penrose-Bottom, beat 29 other teams to the top prize.
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