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Tim J. Cornell (born 1946) is British historian specializing in ancient Rome. He teaches at the University of Manchester.

Cornell received his Bachelor's Degree in Ancient History, with first class honours, from University College London (1968) and his PhD in History from the University of London (1972). He was a student of Arnaldo Momigliano and wrote a dissertation entitled "Cato's Origines and the non-Roman historical tradition of ancient Italy". He was a fellow at Christ's College, Cambridge (1973-75), Assistant Director of The British School at Rome (1975-77), lecturer and senior lecturer in Ancient History at University College London (1978-88, 1988-95).

Since 1995 he has been Professor of Ancient History at the University of Manchester, apart from a brief period as Director of the Institute of Classical Studies at the School of Advanced Study, University of London (2004-2006).

Selected works

  • 'Aeneas and the Twins: the development of the Roman foundation legend' in Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society n.s. 21 (1975), 1-32
  • 'Rome and Latium Vetus, 1974-79', Archaeological Reports 26 (1980), 71-89
  • (With J.F. Matthews) Atlas of the Roman World (Oxford: Phaidon; New York: Facts on File, 1982)
  • 'Rome and Latium Vetus, 1980-85', in Archaeological Reports 32 (1986), 123-33
  • 'Rome and Latium to 390 BC', in The Cambridge Ancient History, 2nd ed., vol. VII.2 (Cambridge: CUP 1989), ch. 6, pp. 243-308; 'The Recovery of......
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