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Name  James Strachan-Davidson
Died  1916
Education  Balliol College

James Leigh Strachan-Davidson
Books  Problems of the Roman Criminal Law, Cicero and the Fall of the Roman Republic, Cicero and the Fall of the Roman Empire

James Leigh Strachan-Davidson (born Strachan) (22 October 1843 – 28 March 1916) was an English classical scholar, born at Byfleet, Surrey, southern England.

Strachan-Davidson was educated at Leamington College and at Balliol College, Oxford. He graduated from Oxford with first-class honours in both Classical Moderations (1864) and Literae Humaniores (1866). He was appointed Fellow and Classical Tutor at Balliol in 1872 and was Master of the college from 1907. He received the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from the universities of St Andrews and Glasgow. His publications include an edition of Selections from Polybius (1888); of Appian, Civil Wars, Book I (1902); Cicero and the Fall of the Roman Republic (1894); Problems of the Roman Criminal Law (two volumes, 1914, available online: Volume 1 and Volume 2.

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