Professor Nicholas Purcell

Roman social, economic and cultural history, combining the evidence of inscriptions, literary texts, and archaeology; the place of ancient history in the long-term history of the Mediterranean basin and its adjoining regions.

Elected 2007

2007
Classics

Current post

Camden Professor of Ancient History, Brasenose College, Oxford

Past appointments

Brasenose College University of Oxford Camden Professor of Ancient History

Oct 2011 -

St John's College University of Oxford Fellow and Tutor in Ancient History, St John's College, Oxford, and University Lecturer in Ancient History

Jan 1979 -

St John's College University of Oxford Fellow and Tutor in Ancient History, St John's College, Oxford, and University Lecturer in Ancient History

Jan 1979 -

St John's College University of Oxford Fellow and Tutor in Ancient History, St John's College, Oxford, and University Lecturer in Ancient History

Jan 1979 -

Publications

The Corrupting Sea Chapters in the 2nd edition of The Cambridge Ancient History, cols. VI, IX, X, XI with Peregrine Horden

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