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John Frederick Rowbotham (1859-1925). Ayres, ed. 1917. The Reader’s Dictionary of Anthuor

John Frederick Rowbotham (1859–1925)

Rowbotham, John Frederick. A Scotch miscellaneous writer; born April 18, 1859; died in 1925. He resided in Germany several years, collecting material for his elaborate ‘History of Music’ (1885); after which he turned his attention to the study of mediæval poetry, and published ‘The Death of Roland: An Epic Poem’ (1887); ‘The Human Epic’ (1902); ‘The Epic of London’ (1908); ‘The Epic of God and the Devil’ (1911); ‘The Epic of the Empire’ (1914).

Source: John Frederick Rowbotham (1859-1925). Ayres, ed. 1917. The Reader’s Dictionary of Authors

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  1. Tim B.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rowbotham

    “Etymologically it is roe–bottom, meaning a depression in the ground (Old English bothm) inhabited by deer (roe). “

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