He was born on November 24, 1914 (died on July 22, 2010, he was 95 years old) in Bradford, England.
Bernard MacGregor Walker Knox was an English classicist author and critic who became an American citizen. He was the first director of the Center for Hellenic Studies. In 1992 the National Endowment for the Humanities selected Knox for the Jefferson Lecture the U. S. federal government's highest honor for achievement in the humanities.
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Where does He lives?
He is living in Bethesda.
Is Bernard Knox still alive?
No, he died on 07/22/2010, 11 years ago. He was 95 years old when he died. Cause of death: heart failure. He died in Bethesda
What was Bernard's zodiac sign?
Bernard Knox zodiac sign was sagittarius.
When is Bernard Knox's next birthday?
Bernard Knox was born on the , which was a Tuesday
Awarded Jefferson Lecture in 1991 , awarded Charles Frankel Prize in 1989 , awarded National Humanities Medal , awarded John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship , awarded PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay and
He had one child, MacGregor (76) . When his first child, MacGregor Knox, was born, Bernard Knox was 30 years old.
Other facts about Bernard Knox
|Place of death||Bethesda|
|Position held||President Of The Society For Classical Studies , replaced by: Michael H. Jameson , replaces: George A. Kennedy , end time: 1980-12-30T00:00:00Z , start time: 1979-12-30T00:00:00Z|
|Residence||Bethesda , end time: 2010-07-22T00:00:00Z|
|Member of||American Academy Of Arts And Sciences|
|Conflict||Spanish Civil War|
|Cause of death||Heart Failure|
|Sex or gender||Male|
|Military branch||International Brigades|
|Family name||Knox. Show people with the surname Knox|
|Languages spoken, written or signed||English|
|Date of death||2010-07-22T00:00:00Z|
|Place of birth||Bradford|
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|