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Nationality  British
Role  Irish author
Name  Michael Scott
Employer  University of Warwick
Citizenship  United Kingdom

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Education  University of Cambridge
Occupation  Academic, author and broadcaster in Classics and Ancient History
Known for  Rome’s Invisible CityAncient Greece: The Greatest Show on EarthJesus: Rise to PowerWho were the GreeksDelphi: The Bellybutton of the Ancient World
Books  The Alchemyst: The Secr, The Magician: The Secr, The Sorceress: The Secr, The Enchantress: The Secr, The Warlock: The Secr
Similar People  Morgan Llywelyn, Michael Scott Rohan, Angela Royston, James Herbert Brennan
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Michael Scott (born 3 April 1981) is an associate professor of classics and ancient history at the University of Warwick.

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He is best known to the public as the presenter of ancient history programmes like the BBC 4's Ancient Greece: The Greatest Show on Earth, Rome's Invisible City and its spin-off Italy's Invisible Cities on BBC 1, co-presented with Alexander Armstrong. He is author of a series of books on ancient Greek and Roman society, including From Democrats to Kings, Delphi: Centre of the Ancient World and Space and Society in the Greek and Roman Worlds.

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Scott grew up in Wimbledon, south London, where he attended King's College School, a member of the Eton Group of schools. He studied classics at Christ's College, Cambridge, and sat for an MPhil and PhD in classics at Magdalene College, Cambridge. At Cambridge he was also a Moses and Mary Finley research fellow in ancient history at Darwin College, as well as an affiliated lecturer in the Faculty of Classics. Scott is now an associate professor in classics and ancient history at the University of Warwick. The focus of his work is on the ancient history and archaeology of the Greek and Roman worlds.

Broadcasting

In 2010, Scott wrote and presented his first BBC documentary about Delphi, "Delphi: The Bellybutton of the Ancient World" - a BBC Four programme that investigated "the secrets of the most famous oracle in the ancient world". Since then he has written and presented a wide range of television and radio documentary programmes including "Guilty Pleasures: Luxury in Ancient Greece" a documentary that aired on BBC Four in June 2011.

His television programmes on ancient history have aired on National Geographic Channel (Jesus: Rise To Power), BBC One (Rome's Invisible City), BBC Two (Who Were The Greeks), BBC Four (Ancient Greece: The Greatest Show on Earth), and ITV (Roman Britain From The Air co presented with Christine Bleakley). His radio programmes include the Spin the Globe series on BBC Radio 4 which picks the most famous dates in history and examines what else was happening around the globe apart from the event that made that date important.

Books

  • Delphi: A History of the Center of the Ancient World, 2014, Princeton University Press ISBN 9780691150819
  • Space and Society in the Greek and Roman worlds, Cambridge University Press, 2012 ISBN 9781139839990
  • Skinns, Layla, Michael Scott, and Tony Cox, eds. Risk. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2011. ISBN 9780521171977
  • Delphi and Olympia, Cambridge University Press, 2010 ISBN 9780521191265
  • From Democrats to Kings, Icon Press (UK), 2009 ISBN 9781848311312 - also: Prometheus (Holland) 2009; Ediciones B (Spain) 2010; Overlook (USA) 2010; Laterza (Italy) 2011; Record (Brazil) 2012.
  • Ancient Worlds: An Epic History of East and West, Hutchinson (publisher), 2016 ISBN 9780091958817
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