About this Fellow
My areas of expertise lie in the social, cultural and political history of the ancient Middle East (c.3000-100 BC), especially the Assyrian, Babylonian, Persian and Seleucid empires.
- Professor Emeritus of Ancient Near Eastern History, University College London
- Lecturer, Reader, Professor of Ancient Near Eastern History, University College London, 1979
- Professor Emeritus of Ancient Near Eastern History, University College London, University College London, 1997
Philosophy of Mind, Ethics, Philosophy of Physics, Metaphysics, History of Greek and Roman Philosophy (all branches) to 600CE, History of Islamic, Philosophy, Indian Philosophy, Philosophy of Church Fathers to 600CE
Classics and Ancient History
Classics and Ancient History Language, Literature, History, Culture, Art and Archaeology of the Byzantine World