Women in History of Scots
Ethel Mary Steuart, MA, DLitt.
Steuart, MA, DLitt. (d.1960)
Only daughter of John A. Stewart, a founder-member of The Stewart Society. She won a
Clothworkers' Scholarship to North London Collegiate School and became a Foundation
Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge, where she also gained the Gamble Prize and a
Research Studentship. Research work in Paris and the British School of Archaeology in
Rome. Gained First Class in both parts of Classical Tripos; graduate of London University
with First Class Honours. Many other distinctions and awards.
She was headmistress of Bootle High School for Girls, Liverpool; Assistant Lecturer
in Latin at University College, Cardiff and Lecturer in Latin at the University of
Edinburgh. Author of learned works including The Annals of Quintus Ennius (1925);
contributor to Classical Review, Classical Quarterly, the American Journal of Philology,
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