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Wilfred Harvey Schoff
Wilfred Harvey Schoff (1874–1932) was an early twentieth century American antiquarian and classical scholar.
Schoff was responsible for translating a number of important ancient texts. Among these works was the 1st century CE Greco-Roman Periplus of the Erythraean Sea, as well as the Carthaginian Periplus of Hanno.
Besides writing, Schoff also served as Secretary of the Philadelphia Commercial Museum.
- Schoff, Wilfred H., The Periplus of Hanno: A Voyage of Discovery Down the West African Coast, by a Carthaginian Admiral of the Fifth Century B.C. (Philadelphia: Commercial Museum, 1912).
- Schoff, Wilfred H., The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea: Travel and Trade in the Indian Ocean, by a Merchant of the First century (New York City et al.: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1912)
- Schoff, Wilfred H., The descendants of Jacob Schoff who came to Boston in 1752 and settled in Ashburnham in 1757 : with an account of the German immigration into colonial New England (Philadelphia : [J. McGarrigle], 1910)
- Schoff, Wilfred H. The eastern iron trade of the Roman empire. ([New Haven], 1915)
- Schoff, Wilfred H., The ship "Tyre"; a symbol of the fate of conquerors as prophesied by Isaiah, Ezekiel and John and fulfilled at Nineveh, Babylon and Rome; a study in the commerce of the Bible, (New York City Longmans, Green and co., 1920)
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