Paul Millett

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Paul Millett (born 1954) is a British classicist and academic. He is a senior lecturer in Classics at the University of Cambridge and a fellow of Downing College, Cambridge. At Downing, Millett is the Director of Studies for Classics and serves as Admissions Tutor for arts subjects.[1][2]

He studied at Cambridge University, with Moses I. Finley as his adviser.

Millett's research primarily focuses on ancient economics and the human interelationships that subsequently take place in ancient Greece.[3]

Publications[edit]

  • Aristotle and Athenian slavery, (2007) Greece and Rome.
  • The Trial of Socrates Revisited, European Review of History 12 (2005) 23-62.
  • The Economy in Ancient Greece (ed. R. Osborne), Vol.I of The Shorter Oxford History of Europe 23-51 (2000) Oxford.
  • Lending and Borrowing in Ancient Athens (1991) Cambridge.
  • Nomos: Essays in Athenian Law, Politics and Society, contains: ‘Law, society and Athens’ (with S. Todd) 1-18; ‘Sale, credit and exchange in Athenian law and society’ 167-94 (1990) Cambridge.
  • Kosmos: Studies in Interpersonal Relations in Ancient Greece, containing chapter ‘Encounters in the Agora’ 203-28 (1988) Cambridge.

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