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Freeman-Grenville, Greville Stewart Parker

FREEMAN-GRENVILLE, Greville Stewart Parker

FREEMAN-GRENVILLE, Greville Stewart Parker. British, b. 1918. Genres: History, Archaeology/Antiquities, Art/Art history, Geography, Theology/Religion, Travel/Exploration. Career: Hon. Fellow, University of York, 1969- (Sr. Research Fellow, 1966-69); H.M. Overseas Civil Service, 1951-64 (Educational Adviser, Aden Protectorate, 1961-64); Sr. Research Fellow, University of Ghana, 1964-66; Professor of African History, State University of New York, New Paltz, 1969-74; Royal Asiatic Society, fellow, 1966-; Royal Numismatic Society, fellow, 1956-; Society of Antiquaries, fellow, 1961-. Publications: The Medieval History of the Coast of Tanganyika, 1962; The Muslim and Christian Calendars, 1963; The French at Kilwa Island, 1965; Chronology of African History, 1973; Chronology of World History, 1975; A Modern Atlas of African History, 1976; The Queen's Lineage, 1977; Atlas of British History, 1979; The Mombasa Rising against the Portuguese 1631, 1980; The Beauty of Cairo, 1981; The Beauty of Jerusalem and the Holy Places of the Gospels, 1982; The Stations of the Cross, 1982; The Beauty of Rome, 1988; The Swahili Coast, 1988; The New Atlas of African History, 1991; Historical Atlas of the Middle East, 1993; The Basilica of the Nativity in Bethlehem, 1994; The Basilica of the Annunciation at Nazareth and Adjacent Shrines, 1994; The Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, 1994; Islamic and Christian Calendars: AD 622- 2222 AH 1-1650, 1995; The Holy Land, 1995; Book of the Kings and Queens of Great Britain, 1997. EDITOR: (and trans.) The East African Coast: Select Documents, 1962; (and trans.) Buzurg ibn Shahriyar: The Book of Wonders of India (c. 953), 1982; E. Said-Ruete: Memoirs of an Arabian Princess (1888), 1982. Contributor to encyclopedias and to journals. Address: North View House, Sheriff Hutton, York YO60 6ST, England.

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