1817 – Benjamin Jowett, born on the 15th of April in Camberwell, England. He was an English scholar and theologian, Master of Balliol College, Oxford.
1838 – He gained a fellowship.
1839 – He graduated with first-class honours.
– Joined with Archibald Campbell Tait, the future Archbishop of Canterbury, in advocating certain university reforms.
1842 – He had been a tutor of Balliol and a clergyman.
1845 – 1846 – He spent the summers in Germany with Stanley, and became an eager student of German criticism and speculation.
1848 – Became general amongst the younger and more thoughtful fellows, until it took effect in the commission.
1855 – Appointed by Lord Palmerston to the Regius Professorship of Greek in autumn.
1866 – His authority in Balliol had been paramount, and various reforms in college had been due to his initiative.
1893 – Died on the 1st of October in Headley Park, Hampshire, England.