John Swinton

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John Swinton
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  4024
First nameFirst name(s) of the person. John
Last nameLast name of the person. Swinton
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Birth dateBirth date: day - month - year. 1703
Birth placePlace of birth of the person Bexton 53° 17' 23.53" N, 2° 23' 2.29" W
Death dateDeath date: day - month - year. April 4, 1777
Death placePlace of death of the person Oxford 51° 45' 7.24" N, 1° 15' 28.26" W
KeywordKeywords for the person cleric, orientalist, professor, writer
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Primary literatureYearYear of the literature reference TypeLiterature type (book, journal, etc.) TitleTitel of the book.
Swinton 17501750monographInscriptiones citieae, sive in binas inscriptiones phoenicias, inter rudera Citii nuper repertas conjectura ; accedit de numis quibusdam samaritanis et phœniciis
Swinton 1754a1754journalA Dissertation upon a Parthian Coin, with Characters on the Reverse Resembling Those of the Palmyrenes
Swinton 1754b1754journalAn Explication of All the Inscriptions in the Palmyrene Language and Character Hitherto Published. In Five Letters From the Reverend Mr. John Swinton
Swinton 17581758journalA Dissertation upon the Phoenician Numeral Characters Antiently Used at Sidon. In a Letter to the Rev. Thomas Birch
Swinton 17621762journalA Dissertation upon a Samnite Denarius, Never before Published. In a Letter to the Rev.Thomas Birch, D. D. Secretary to the Royal Society
Swinton 1763a1763journalAn Attempt to Explain a Punic Inscription, Lately Discovered in the Island of Malta
Swinton 1765a1765journalSome Remarks upon the First Part of M. l’Abbé Barthelemy’s Memoir on the Phoenician Letters, Relative to a Phoenician Inscription in the Island of Malta. In a Letter to the Rev. Thomas Birch
Swinton 1765b1765journalFarther Remarks upon M. l’Abbé Barthelemy’s Memoir on the Phoenician Letters, Containing His Reflections on Certain Phoenician Monuments, and the Alphabets Resulting From Them. In a Letter to the Rev. Thomas Birch
Swinton 17671767journalAn Attempt to Interpret the Legend and Inscription of a Very Curious Phoenician Medal, Never Hitherto Explained
Swinton 1768a1768journalInterpretation of the Inscription on a Punic Coin, Struck in the Isle of Gozo, Near Malta, Never Hitherto Explained
Secondary literatureYearYear of the literature reference TypeLiterature type (book, journal, etc.) TitleTitel of the book.
Barthélemy 17661766journalLettre à M. de Olivieri au sujet de quelques monuments phéniciens pour servir de réponse aux deux lettres insérées dans le 54e Vol. des Trans. Philos
Barthélemy 17891789journalTroisième lettre de M. l’Abbé Barthélemy, à MM. les Auteurs du Journal des Sçavans, sur quelques médailles samaritaines
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