Robert Maxwell Ogilvie
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Ogilvie was professor of Humanity (Latin) at the University of St. Andrews. He is well known for his commentary on the first five books of Livy's Ab urbe condita and his commentary on the Agricola of Tacitus.
- A commentary on Livy, books 1-5 (1965).
- De vita Agricolae (1967).
- The Romans and their gods in the age of Augustus (1970).
- The library of Lactantius (1978).
- Roman literature and society (1980).
- A. Long in Classical Quarterly 32.1 (1982) 1.
- "† Robert Maxwell Ogilvie, 1932–1981" by Russell Meiggs (Biographical memoir; published in Proceedings of the British Academy 68, 627-636).