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M. I. Finley, FBA, (1912-1986), was a major scholar of classics and ancient history. He taught at Columbia University and the City College of New York, where he was influenced by exiled members of the Frankfurt School, before taking a position at Rutgers University. Finley moved to England in 1955, taught classics at Cambridge, and became a master at Darwin College. His numerous works include the classic texts Aspects of Antiquity and The Ancient Economy. Finley was knighted by the queen for his contributions to scholarship in 1979.
— biography from Democracy Ancient and Modern (Mason Welch Gross Lectureship Series)
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The World of Odysseus 1,033 copies, 8 reviews
The Portable Greek Historians (Editor; Editor) 501 copies, 4 reviews
The Ancient Greeks 476 copies, 7 reviews
The Ancient Economy 326 copies, 5 reviews
The Use and Abuse of History 158 copies, 1 review
A history of Sicily 104 copies, 1 review
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