James Morwood

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James Morwood (born 25 November 1943)[1] is an emeritus Grocyn Lecturer in Classics and Fellow of Wadham College at Oxford University. He has translated four volumes of Euripides' plays for Oxford World's Classics. His other books include A Dictionary of Latin Words and Phrases,[2] The Oxford Grammar of Classical Greek, Our Greek and Latin Roots[3] and works on Richard Brinsley Sheridan.[4]



  1. ^ Harrow School Register 2002 8th edition edited by S W Bellringer & published by The Harrow Association
  2. ^ Mayer, Roland (Oct 1999). "James Morwood (ed.): A Dictionary of Latin Words and Phrases.". The Classical Review (New Series) 49 (2): 597–598. 
  3. ^ Roggen, Vibeke (2009-10-29). "James Morwood, Mark Warman, Our Greek and Latin Roots (Review)". Bryn Mawr Classical Review. 
  4. ^ Thomas, David (February 1997). "James Morwood and David Crane, eds. Sheridan Studies (Review)". New Theatre Quarterly 13 (49): 91–91. doi:10.1017/s0266464x00010824. 

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