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William Warde Fowler

William Warde Fowler (16 May 1847 – 15 June 1921) was an English historian and ornithologist, and tutor at Lincoln College, Oxford.[1] He was best known for his works on ancient Roman religion.[2]

Among his most influential works was The Roman Festivals of the Period of the Republic (1899). H. H. Scullard, in the introduction to his 1981 book on a similar topic, singled out Fowler's book as a particularly valuable resource despite its age, writing, "I have not been so presumptuous as to attempt to provide an alternative."[3]

References

  1. ^ "FOWLER, William Warde". The International Who's Who in the World: p. 474. 1912. 
  2. ^ Matheson, P. E.; Myfanwy Lloyd (2004). "Fowler, William Warde". In H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison.  
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External links

  • Works by William Warde Fowler at Project Gutenberg
  • The City-State of the Greeks and Romans: a survey introductory to the study of Ancient History (1895)
  • Julius Caesar and the Foundation of the Roman Imperial System (1903)
  • Rome Home University Library (1912)
  • Roman Ideas of Deity in the last century before the Christian Era Oxford lectures (1914)
  • Roman Essays and Interpretations (1920)
  • Other Works by William Warde Fowler at the Internet Archive
  • Works by or about William Warde Fowler in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
  • Ahn, Shin. "William Warde Fowler".  
  • "Kingham, old and new, studies in a rural parish" by W. Warde Fowler, 1913
  • "Obituary. W. Warde-Fowler" by Julian Huxley, from w.britishbirds.co.uk


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