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Jeremy Paterson

Jeremy Paterson

Jeremy Paterson studied Classics and Ancient History at Oxford, where he was also President of the University Archaeological Society.  Subsequently he was Craven Research Fellow at The British School at Rome, where he studied the ancient Roman wine trade.  For most of his career he taught Ancient History at Newcastle University, where he was also Dean of Arts and chaired the University Teaching Committee.  For many years he chaired the Primary Latin Project, ‘Minimus’, which is successfully introducing Lati​n into primary schools.  His research interests include economic history, the ancient wine trade, Cicero, the court of the Roman emperor, the nature of power in the ancient world, and early Christianity.  He has travelled extensively throughout the Mediterranean and Europe, and is a very experienced lecturer on cruises and on land-based tours.

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