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Miller, Walter 1864- Philologist; born in Ashland county, O., May 5, 1864; graduated at the University of Michigan in 1884, and studied in the University of Leipsic in 1884-85 and 1889-91. He was instructor of Latin and Sanskrit in 1887-88 and acting assistant professor in 1888-89. In 1892 he was called to the chair of Classical Philology in the Stanford University. He is the author of Excavations upon the Akropolis at Athens; The Theatre of Thoricus; Latin prose composition for College use; Pronunciation of Greek and Latin proper names; History of the Akropolis of Athens; Johannes Orerbeck; Scientific names of Latin and Greek derivation; The Roman religion; Steller's Great sea beasts, etc.