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The Origin of the Macquarie University Ancient History Teaching Collection

By Edwin Judge

Emeritus Professor Edwin Judge recalls his experience with the founders of the Macquarie University Ancient History Teaching Collection.

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Edwin Judge

Professor Judge is one of the leading academic figures in modern Australia. After a brilliant career of studies at Canterbury University, New Zealand, and Cambridge, England, he spent twelve years at Sydney University and contributed decisively to the development of Ancient History as a major subject. He then accepted the inaugural History Chair in the field of Ancient History at Macquarie University.