William J. Woodhouse
William John Woodhouse (1866 –1937) was a classical scholar and author, professor of Greek. Was born at England, won an open exhibition to Queen's College, Oxford, (1895). And during 1890 travelled in Greece and directed the excavations. returned to Greece for two years, his main work being in connexion with the explorations at Aetolia. Was awarded the Conington prize in 1894 for an essay which was expanded into a substantial volume, Aetolia. Its Geography, Topography and Antiquities (1897).