John Prevas

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John Prevas was scholar in residence and assistant professor of classics at Eckerd College from 2001 until 2011 teaching courses in ancient Greek and Roman history, Latin and law. He is the author of Hannibal Crosses The Alps (2001), Xenophon's March: Into the Lair of the Persian Lion[1] (2002) and Envy of the Gods (2004), a history of Alexander the Great's ill-fated journey through the Gedrosian Desert in Pakistan.[2][3] His most recent book (2009) is the NYT's best seller, Power Ambition Glory co-authored with Steve Forbes.

Prevas was born in Baltimore, Maryland and received his undergraduate degree in history from the University of Maryland, a masters degree in educational psychology from Johns Hopkins University, a masters degree in political science from the University of Maryland and a law degree from Antioch School of Law, Washington, D.C.

Prevas is currently working as a court appointed mediator for the Florida sixth judicial circuit while working on his next book on the ancient world.

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