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Barbara Levick

Barbara Levick (born ~1932) is one of Britain's foremost ancient historians. She was educated at St. Hugh's College, Oxford, and, since 1959, has been a Fellow of St. Hilda's College, Oxford (now emeritus). She is a prolific writer and occasional broadcaster on Roman history.

Levick is best known to the general public for her biographies of Roman emperors:

Claudius (1990)
Nero
The Year of the Four Emperors (2000)
Tiberius the Politician
Vespasian (1999)



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