John F. Healy

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Professor John Healy was a senior scholar and graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge. He served in the Army (Intelligence Corps) then entered an academic career in Classics/Classical Archaeology at Manchester and London Universities. He was the sometime curator of Greek coins at Manchester Museum and President of the Windsor Art Society. He was Dean of the Faculties of Arts and Music and Chairman of the combined Classics Departments of Royal Holloway and Bedford College. He was Emeritus Professor of Classics, University of London and the author of numerous books and articles.[1]

Books Published[edit]

(1978): Mining and Metallurgy in the Greek and Roman World, Thames and Hudson, London, ISBN 0-500-40035-0

(1991): Pliny The Elder Natural History, Penguin, Harmondsworth, ISBN 978-0-14-044413-1

(2000): Pliny The Elder On Science And Technology, Oxford University Press ISBN 978-0-19-814687-2



  1. ^ 1 "The Speakers' Agency"
  2. ^ 2 "John M.C.Healy" "Thames and Hudson" "Penguin" and "Oxford University Press"