Walbank, Frank William

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WALBANK, Frank William

WALBANK, Frank William. British, b. 1909. Genres: Classics, Biography, History. Career: North Manchester High School, senior classics master, 1932-33; University of Liverpool, Lecturer, 1934-46, Professor of Latin, 1946-51, and Professor of Ancient History and Classical Archaeology, 1951- 77; Visiting professor at: University of Pittsburgh, 1964, University of California at Berkeley, 1971; educator; author. Publications: Aratos of Sicyon, 1933; Philip V of Macedon, 1939; The Decline of the Roman Empire in the West, 1946; Historical Commentary on Polybius, vol. I, 1957, vol. II, 1967, vol. III, 1979; The Awful Revolution, 1969; Polybius, 1972; (author of intro) Polybius: The Rise of the Roman Empire, 1979; The Hellenistic World, 1981; (ed) Cambridge Ancient History, vol 7-8, 1984; Selected Papers, 1985; (with N.G.L. Hammod) History of Macedonia, vol. III, 1988. Address: 64 Grantchester Meadows, Cambridge CB3 9JL, England.

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