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Kate Garnons Williams
Kate Garnons Williams studied Ancient Greek and Roman History at Bristol University, and her Master's thesis was on early attempts to translate into English metre the comic plays of the Greek dramatist, Aristophanes. She lived and worked in Cyprus for 4 years in the 1970s, guiding parties to sites of archaeological interest across the island. On returning to the UK, Kate began teaching for the Open University, and more recently has taught for the University of Birmingham, and she has published several articles on a variety of classical subjects. For the last 25 years she has also lectured on ancient history on a number of cruise itineraries.
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