Nigel Spivey

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Nigel Spivey
Nigel Spivey (Cambridge University).jpg
Nygel Spivey on 7 March 2013
Born (1958-10-17) 17 October 1958 (age 63)
OccupationUniversity of Cambridge
Academic background
Alma materEmmanuel College, Cambridge
Academic work
DisciplineClassicist
Sub-disciplineEtruscan iconography, polychromy in Greek sculpture

Nygel "Nigel" Jonathan Spivey (born 17 October 1958) is a British classicist and academic, specialising in classical art and archaeology. He is a senior lecturer in classics at the University of Cambridge and a fellow of Emmanuel College. He has written extensively on the Etruscans and on the Olympic Games.

As an undergraduate, he was a three-time champion at the Oxford-Cambridge athletics match and he remains an active member of the Achilles Club, an Oxbridge sports organization.

TV[edit]

He has presented various television series:

Published works[edit]

  • Understanding Greek Sculpture
  • Etruscan Art (1997)
  • Greek Art & Ideas (1997)
  • Enduring Creation: Art, Pain, and Fortitude (2001)
  • Panorama of the Classical World (With Michael Squire) (2004)
  • The Ancient Olympics: War minus the shooting (2004)
  • Songs On Bronze: The Greek Myths Made Real (2005)
  • Greek Sculpture (2013), an "entire renovation" of Understanding Greek Sculpture.[1]

Tours[edit]

He leads archaeological tours for Peter Sommer Travels.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Spivey, N. (2013), "Preface" in Greek Sculpture, Cambridge University Press, 9780521756983

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