Roger D. Woodard





Roger D. Woodard


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Roger Dillard Woodard was born in 1951. He received his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He holds the Andrew V. V. Raymond Chair of Classics at the University at Buffalo (SUNY), having formerly served on the faculties of Swarthmore College, Johns Hopkins University and the University of Southern California.

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Average rating: 4.21 · 90 ratings · 9 reviews · 22 distinct works
The Cambridge Companion to ...

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The Cambridge Encyclopedia ...

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Indo-European Sacred Space:...

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Greek Writing from Knossos ...

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The Ancient Languages of Eu...

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The Ancient Languages of As...

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To Fetch Some Golden Apples...

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Indo-European Myth and Reli...

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The Ancient Languages of As...

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The Ancient Languages of Me...

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“In order to witness clearly the march of humanity from its inception to the present moment, an understanding of how humankind has held encounter with the divine as central is crucial. Ancient humanity provides us with an excellent laboratory for gaining such an understanding.”
Roger D. Woodard

“Brahmi seems to have been adapted from a Semitic writing system .. Brahmi is the ancestor of most of the writing systems used in India.”
Roger D. Woodard, The Ancient Languages of Asia and the Americas

“Akkadian loanwords are completely assimilated to Aramaic, both phonologically and morphologically.”
Roger D. Woodard



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