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Vermeule, Emily. (3)

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Introduction Emily Dickinson Townsend Vermeule (1928-2001), a professor of classical philology and archaeology at Harvard University (1970-1994), was a distinguished classical archaeologist, animated lecturer, popular professor, and avid Boston Red Sox fan. As the author of numerous articles, books, monographs, and reviews, Vermeule established herself as a scholar of ancient Greek culture, poetry, history, science, and philosophy. She inspired those around her and brought...

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Vermeule, Emily T. (3)

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Emily Dickinson Townsend Vermeule, a professor of classical philology and archaeology at Harvard University (1970-1994), was a distinguished classical archaeologist, animated lecturer, popular professor, and avid Boston Red Sox fan. As the author of numerous articles, books, monographs, and reviews, Vermeule established herself as a scholar of ancient Greek culture, poetry, history, science, and philosophy.

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Vermeule, Emily & Cornelius (1)

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Vermeule, Emily Townsend (1)

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Vermeule, Emily Dickinson (Townsend), 1928- (1)

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