The history of medicine from the ancient Greeks to the 17th century, especially Galen (129-216 C.E.) and the Galenic tradition, including editions and translations of Latin and Greek texts
About this Fellow
Richard Hunter graduated from the University of Sydney and took his PhD at the University of Cambridge, where he has been employed since 1977; since 2001 he has been Regius Professor of Greek. His principal interests are Greek literature of the post-classical period, the reception of Greek literature in Rome, ancient literary criticism, and the intersection of philosophical and literary traditions in antiquity. He is the author of some twenty monographs, is an Editor of Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics and Cambridge Classical Studies, and has been Editor of the Journal of Hellenic Studies. He has been Head of the School of Arts and Humanities at Cambridge and twice been Chair of the Faculty of Classics.
- Regius Professor of Greek, University of Cambridge; Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge
Latin literature and Roman history; Livy, the transmissions and textual traditions of Latin authors, and the topography of pre-Roman Italy
History, culture and societies in the Ancient Near East, during the Achaemenid period and the period of Alexander's conquests
Ancient Greek and Roman art and visual history; marble sculpture and portraits; late antiquity; archaeology of Greek cities of Eastern Roman Empire