Trevor R. Bryce

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Trevor R. Bryce
Born Trevor Robert Bryce
1940
Residence Brisbane
Nationality Australian
Education Bachelor of Arts in Latin Language and Literature (1962)
Master of Arts in Latin Language and Literature (1969)
Doctor of Philosophy (1976)
Alma mater University of Queensland (UQ)
Occupation Historian, author, lecturer, and professor
Known for Hittitology and Near Eastern history
Awards Centenary Medal, 2001
Doctor of Letters (D. Litt.), UQ, 2010

Trevor Robert Bryce (/brs/; born 1940) is an Australian Hittitologist specializing in ancient and classical Near-eastern history. He is semi-retired and lives in Brisbane.

His book, The Kingdom of the Hittites, is popular among English-speaking readers since the study of the Hittites has been dominated by German literature.[1] A new improved and updated edition of this popular book, featuring 90 additional pages, was published in 2005 by Professor Bryce.[2] Bryce is a professor in the School of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Classics at The University of Queensland.

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He has two children and five grandchildren. His son is a widely acclaimed doctor who has produced documentaries associated with Aboriginal health.

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