J. C. Stobart

J. C. Stobart

John Clarke Stobart (5 March 1878 – 11 May 1933), commonly known as J.C. Stobart, wrote two famous and influential books, The Glory that was Greece and The Grandeur that was Rome. He was also a classical scholar, a University of Cambridge lecturer, an HM Inspector of Schools and the BBC's first Director of Education.

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