BARNETT, LIONEL D.:
English author; born at Liverpool 1871, educated at the High School, Liverpool, and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he had a phenomenally successful career in the classical tripos, showing particular eminence in Greek, taking four medals for Greek epigrams and odes. He also obtained the Craven scholarship, 1894.
He has written a short history of the Greek drama, 1900, and translated Koch's "Roman History." He is now (1902) in the Oriental Department of the British Museum.
- Harris, Jewish Year Book, 1901, p. 244.