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Last nameFirst NamePosition latitude,longitudeAffiliation InterestsLOC IdentifiersPleiades IDsWebsitePublications
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ActonKarenAssistant Professor47.6553,-122.3035Washington University in St. LouisRoman imperial history, Roman numismaticssh85061232, sh85093260423025, 1052https://classics.artsci.wustl.edu/karen-acton
Dissertation: Vespasian Augustus: Imperial Power in the First Century CE.
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Ahearne-KrollPatriciaUniversity of Minnesota
Second Temple Judaism, Ptolemaic Egypt, Ptolemaic religion, Diaspora Judaism, and Second Temple Jewish literature
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AhuviaMikaAssistant Professor51.511668,-0.115618University of WashingtonLate antique Jewish history, magical texts, liturgical poetry, mystical literature sh85070850687934 (Judaea=Jewish History)http://jewishstudies.washington.edu/portfolio/mika-ahuvia/
http://jewishstudies.washington.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Ahuvia-CV-March-2015.pdf
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AllenLindsay
Lecturer in Greek and Near Eastern History
53.7513,-2.725429King's College LondonAchaemenid Persia, pre Islamic Iran,modern reception of ancient near eastsh8500048229713 (Persian Gulf= Persian History)http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/classics/people/academic/allen/index.aspx
https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/lindsay.allen.html
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ArchibaldZosiaSenior Lecturer51.524706,-0.133569University of Liverpool, UKAncient economies, Thracesh85040853981552
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ArenaValentinaReader in Roman History52.379411,-1.563191University College LondonRoman Republic, political thought, oratoryn790398161052 (Italia = Roman History)
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AtackCarolSenior Teaching Fellow43.631679,-79.427313University of Warwick, UKClassical Greek and Hellenistic political history, Greek political thought, Greek historiography1001896 (Hellas= Greek History)
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BablitzLeanneAssociate Professor39.373219,-76.365282University of British ColumbiaRoman law and spatiality, Tacitus, courtrooms sh85114931, n801456001052 (Italia = Roman History)
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BaileyLisa
Senior Lecture in Classics and Ancient History
-36.852544, 174.769429University of AucklandEarly Christianity, Gaul, Late Antiquity
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BaileyMelissaVisiting Assistant Professor39.2551,-76.7112University of Maryland, Baltimore CountyNumeracy and measurement, Roman economic history, Domestic space, Cognitive history1052
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BalbergMiraAssistant Professor42.0531,-87.6748Northwestern UniversityLate Antiquity, early rabbinic literature, purity systems, sacrifice, and production of knowledge423025
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BallmesVictoriaPhD Candidate34.4140,-119.8489UC Santa BarbaraEarly Christianity, Jewish-Christian Relations, Roman History, Late Antiquityno2010044534423025
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BannonCynthiaAssociate Professor39.167047,-86.526937Indiana UniversityRoman History, Roman Law, Roman economy, Environmental History sh85114931 ,sh850408531052
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BarrettCaitlynAssistant Professor42.4534,-76.4735Cornell UniversityGreco-Roman Egypt, Hellensitic Period, Egyptian and Classical archaeology766
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BarryJenniferAssistant Professor of Religion38.2996,-77.4714University of Mary WashingtonLate Antiquity, Clerical Exile, Gender/Sexuality, Orthodoxy and Heresyno2010044534
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BauerleEllenAcquisitions Editor42.2780,-83.7306University of Michigan PressGreek and Roman history, numismatics, women in academia
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BeardMaryProfessor52.2043,0.1149Cambridge UniversityRoman history, epigraphy, and regina of ancient history1052
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BeaulieuMarie-ClaireAssistant Professor42.403685,-71.120482Tufts UniversityGreek religion, Greek epigraphy, Medieval Latin, Digital Humanities
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BeerdenKimAssistant Professor52.156949,4.481357Leiden UniversityGreek religion, divination, history of food and foodways
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BenardouAgiatis
Senior Research Associate, Digital Curation Unit
38.0550,23.8077Athena Research Center, GreeceSocial and Economic history of the Corinthia, Classical Greece.
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BenefielRebeccaAssociate Professor37.7840,-79.4428Washington and Lee UniversityGraffiti, Pompeii, Roman History and epigraphy
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BerryJoanneLecturer51.621551,-3.985493Swansea University, UKRoman history, domestic space, Pompeii and the Bay of Naples, history of excavations
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BertiMonicaAssistant Professor51.339696,12.373075University of LeipzigAncient History, Fragmentary Texts, Digital Humanities
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BiancoElisabettaAssociate Professor45.040594,7.675725Università di Torino, ItalyGreek history and historiography. Athenian strategoi. Strategemata.
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BoatwrightMary T.Professor36.0014,-78.9382Duke UniversityRoman history: Provincial and principate, epigraphy
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BocchineKristinPhD candidate33.2075,-97.1526Univ. of North TexasJews, Judaism, and Judaea in Greco-Roman sources
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BondSarah E.Assistant Professor41.6627,-91.5549University of IowaGreek & Latin epigraphy, Roman economic history, tradesmen / artisans sh85066566, sh85040853, 423025, 1052
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Bosak-SchroederClaraAssistant Professor40.109309,-88.228389University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignGreek historiography, Greek and Roman natural history, environmental history and STS
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BridgesEmmaLecturer in Classical StudiesOpen UniversityCultural responses to the Persian Wards, Ancient and modern literary and artistic responses to armed conflict
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BrillSaraAssociate Professor41.1612,-73.2542Fairfield UniversityPlato, Aristotle, Tragedy, Women in Classical Literature, and Ancient Medicine and Philosophy
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BrownAmeliaSenior lecturerUniversity of QueenslandGreek Religion and Identity, Maritime History
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BrunetMichèleProfesseur45.751265, 4.837279Université Lumière Lyon 2Greek epigraphy, Greek literature, Digital Humanities
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BurmanAnniePhD candidate52.201667,0.117788University of CambridgeRoman antiquarianism, Roman ethnic identity, ideology and rhetoric, ancient bilingualism, linguistic relations in ancient Italy.
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BurrusVirginiaThe Bishop W. Earl Ledden Professor43.0392,-76.1351Syracuse UniversityLate Antiquity, Greco-Roman Religions, Literary and Cultural History of Christianity, Gender/Sexuality, Orthodoxy/Heresyno2010044534
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CameronAveril Emerita Professor, Research Fellow, Keble College
Member, Faculty of Classics
Chair, Oxford Centre for Byzantine Research
51.7566,-1.2547Oxford UniversityByzantine, late antique history, economic history
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CampaNaomi T.Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow41.2939,-82.2174Oberlin CollegeGreek political and intellectual history
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CampbellVirginiaFellow51.7566,-1.2547Oxford UniversityGraffiti, Pompeii, Epigraphy, Roman History, Tombs
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CarlonJacqueline
Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director, Classics,
42.3591,-71.0934University of Massachusetts, BostonRoman Republican History, Women in Roman Literature, Pliny, Tacitus, Imperial Elite Identity
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CarrKarenAssociate Professor Emerita45.513099,-122.688545Portland State UniversityLate Antiquity, Roman Pottery, Roman Spain
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CastelliElizabeth
Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Religion,
40.8091045,-73.9661273Barnard CollegeReception Histories of Early Christian Texts, Gender, Sexuality, Violence, Martyrdom, women, early Christianity, theory, Melania(s)no2010044534
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CazemierAnneliesLecturer (Assistant Professor),50.9614912,-1.4274115University of SouthamptonGreek East under Rome, Greek religion, ancient associations
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CeccarelliPaolaLecturer in Greek HistoryUniversity College Londondance (pyrrhiche) and performance; communication; historiography (Pseudo-Plutarch)
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CheungCaroline PhD candidate37.8718992,-122.2607286UC BerkeleyRoman archaeology and history
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ChinCatherineAssociate Professor of Classics38.5389387,-121.7348081UC Davissocial history, intellectual history, early Christian ritual, literary cultures of late antiquity, late antiquity, early Christianity, Melania(s)no2010044534
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ChristensenAlexisAssistant Professor/Lecturer,40.7649368,-111.8442908University of UtahRoman social history, early Roman history, Roman archaeology and art, competitive display in Italo-Roman world, Roman domestic architecture
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ClarkGillianEmerita51.4584172,-2.6051679University of BristolProf. Clark has published widely in the history, literature, and religion of Late Antiquity. A book on St Monica (OUP New York) is due out in 2014. Her principal work at the moment is a commentary on St. Augustine’s City of God, contracted with Oxford University Press. She sits on the editorial board of many series and the advisory council of many national and international organisations, and is a Fellow of the British Academy.
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ClarkAnnaFellow51.7498051,-1.2579074Christ Church, University of OxfordRoman religion, Roman Republican history
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ClarkeKatherineFellow51.748581,-1.2477337St Hilda's College, OxfordHellenistic and Roman history
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ClossVirginiaAssistant Professor42.3911569,-72.5289008University of Massachusetts AmherstImperial Latin Poetry, especially Neronian and Flavian; Poetic influences in Latin Historiography; Latin epigraphy
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CobbStephanie
George and Sallie Cutchin Camp Professor of Bible
University of RichmondGender, women, martyrdom, masculinity, second century, Melania(s), early Christianity
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ColeEmilyLecturer34.068921,-118.4473698UCLAGraecoroman Egypt; history of multilingualism; social history
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ComnemnusAnnaPrincessByzantine EmpireByzantine politics and culture.
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ConnollySerenaAssociate Professor27.713254,-82.347743RutgersRoman history, especially late Roman social, political, and legal history; non-elite Latin literature.
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ConroyLauraPhD Candidate56.3416934,-2.7949409University of St AndrewsAchaemenid Persia; Alexander the Great; Greek Historiography
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ConstantakopoulouChristySenior Lecturer51.521975,-0.1326507Birkbeck College, LondonAegean world and its islands, network theory, Greek Historiography
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CooleyAlisonProfessor52.3792525,-1.5636591University of WarwickLatin epigraphy, Augustus
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CooperKateProfessor of Ancient History53.4668498,-2.2360724University of ManchesterLate antique history, angels, topographysh85005001
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CoppolinoNina C.Professor41.8077414,-72.2561692University of Connecticut (Storrs)Latin epic and didactic poetry; Greek and Latin languages; Greek and Roman Civilizations; Greek and Latin literature in translation; Greek rhetoric and historiography
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CornwellHannahLeverhulme Post-Doctoral Fellow51.5229378,-0.1330093
Institute of Classical Studies, University of London
Roman imperialism, Roman Social and Political History; Diplomacy and Space in the Roman world, Latin epigraphy
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CowanEleanorLecturerUniversity of SydneyRoman history, Augustan-Tiberian periods, historiography
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Crawley QuinnJosephineFellow51.7549008,-1.2654489Worcester College OxfordRoman social history, archaeology of the Roman provinces, Greek and Latin epigraphy
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CribioreRaffaellaProfessor of Classics40.7419983,-73.9769793NYUAncient education, papyrology, Greek rhetoric, second sophistic, Libanius
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CuomoSerafinaReader in Roman History51.521975,-0.1326507Birkbeck College, LondonAncient Science and technology
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DaltonKristaPhD Candidate,40.8406975,-73.9456081Columbia UniversityLate Antiquity, Roman Judaea, Palestinian rabbinic literature, charity, midrash
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DasiosMariaPhD Candidate43.6628917,-79.3978451University of TorontoMaterial culture, byzantine studies, late antiquity
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DebnarPaulaProfessor of Classics42.2579399,-72.5785799Mount Holyoke CollegeHomeric Greek, Greek rhetoric, history and historiography; ancient ethnicity; Greek tragedy
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DeConickApril D.Professor29.7173941,-95.4040199Rice UniversityNew Testament, Early Christian Literature, and Gnosticism
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Dello RussoJessicaExecutive Director42.3652726,-71.0575043International Catacomb SocietyHistorian and Archaeologist, Judaism and Christianity in Roman-Early Byzantine Period
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DeminionMaryPhD candidate43.0095971,-81.2759223University of Western OntarioRoman law, Imperial history, gender
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DemitriouDeniseAssociate Professor32.8800604,-117.2362022UCSDArchaic and Classical Greek history, ethicity and cross-cultural exchange
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DemouginSégolèneDirecteur de Recherche
École Pratique des Hautes Études, Université Paris 1- La Sorbonne
Roman imperial history, epigraphy, prosopography
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DenchEmma
McLean Professor of Ancient and Modern History and of the Classics
42.3770029,-71.1188488Harvard UniversityRoman Republican and early Imperial history; questions of identity in the ancient world; Roman imperialism; ancient Italy; the making of the Roman past
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DePalma DigeserElizabethProfessor of History34.068921,-118.4473698University of California, Santa BarbaraLate Antiquity, Roman religion, conversion, and ancient philosophy
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DiBiasie SammonsJacqueline
Visiting Assistant Professor of Classical Languages and Archaeology,
35.2050177,-85.9230533Sewanee: The University of the SouthLatin epigraphy; graffiti; Roman archaeology; Roman private life; domestic space
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DietzMaribelAssociate Professor of Histor29.5947002,-90.7232252LSULate Antique and Early Medieval Christianity
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DignasBeateFellow51.7597455,-1.263562Somerville College, University of OxfordAsia Minor, religious history
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Dobias-LalouCatherineProfessor Emerita48.848212, 2.343471Sorbonne, ParisGreek epigraphy, Greek poetry
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DodgeHazel
Louis Claude Purser Senior Lecturer in Classical Archaeology
53.3444, -6.2577Trinity College DublinRoman archaeology and history, Urbanization, Eastern Mediterranean
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DoerflerMariaAssistant Professor36.0014258,-78.9404173Duke UniversityLate Antiquity, Social History, Roman law, monastic and clerical formation in Latin West, Melania(s)
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DonahoeColleenPhD Candidate41.8267718,-71.4047369Brown UniversityRoman military history, archeology
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DowlingMelissaAssociate Prof.32.8412178,-96.7867062Southern Methodist UniversityHeliodorus; clemency
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DrakeSusannaAssociate Professor44.93914,-93.1706918Macalester CollegeLate antiquity, Jewish/Christian relations, gender/sexuality, veiling practices, Melania(s)
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Driediger-MurphyLindsayAssistant Professor51.079948,-114.125534University of CalgaryRoman social and political history, Roman religion, historiography
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EbbelerJenAssociate Professor30.2858682,-97.737843UT-AustinLate antique and imperial Roman history, specialty in Augustine
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EberleLisaJunior Research Fellow51.7560532,-1.2611478St John's College, University of OxfordGreek and Roman legal history
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EidinowEstherSenior Lecturer52.938636,-1.1973469University of NottinghamGreek Religion, Cognitive science
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ElmSusannaProfessor37.8718992,-122.2607286UC-BerkeleyLate antique history, patristics, slavery
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EramoImmacolataAssistant Professor41.1205546,16.8662858University of Bari (Italy)Philology, Classical and Byzantine Polemography
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Evans GrubbsJudithProfessor33.7925195,-84.3261876Emory UniversityLate ancient law
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FeltonDebbieAssociate Professor42.3911569,-72.5289008University of Massachusetts AmherstFolklore in classical literature, Deformity and monstrosity in classical literature, Classical tradition
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FenwickCorisandeLecturer (Assistant Professor)51.5245592,-0.1362288University College LondonLate antique & Islamic history and archaeology; North Africa and western Mediterranean; empires & imperialism
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FertikHarrietAssistant Professor43.138948,-70.9392139University of New HampshireRoman cultural and intellectual history
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FinnJennAssistant Professor43.0381561,-87.9335618Marquette UniversityGreece, Rome, and the Near East, military history, cultural contacts, Alexander the Great
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Fischer-BovetChristelle34.0223519,-118.2873057University of Southern CaliforniaHellenistic and Egyptian history, Hellenistic demography and identity
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FlemmingRebecca52.2095367,0.1207258Jesus College, CambridgeGender studies, Ancient Medicine
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FlowerHarrietProfessor40.3439888,-74.6536368Princeton University
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FoleyAnne M.Professor44.2252795,-76.4973299Queen's UniversityGreek archaeology, greek history
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FoubertLienAssistant Professor51.8193148,5.854699Radboud University NijmegenImperial Women, women's mobility in the Roman world
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