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Edens, Christopher (United States of America)
spec. Bronze Age and Iron Age of Western Asia, especially Arabia; Research Associate, Peabody Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Volumes: 2

Ecsedy, Ildiko (Hungary)
spec. early history of the Central Asian steppe region and relations between the nomads and China; Professor, Eëtvës Lorànd University (Budapest).

Volumes: 2, 3

Epstein, Jeremiah Fain (United States of America)
spec. archaeology of Mesoamerica and Early Man in the New World; Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Texas.

Volumes: 4

Fawzi, Farouk Omar (Iraq)
spec. Islamic history and civilization; Chairman, Dept. of Islamic history, University of AL-al-Bayt, Mafraq (Jordan).

Volumes: 4

Fernandez Alvarez, Manuel (Spain)
spec. state of modern Europe, Academico de la Real Academia de la Historia y de la Academia Portuguesa da Historia; Emeritus Professor, University of Salamanca; del Colegio Libre de Eméritos de España.

Volumes: 5

Flood, Josephine M. (Australia)
spec. cultural heritage of the Aborigines; Principal Conservation Officer, Australian Heritage Commission in Canberra.

Volumes: 1, 2

Fol, Alexander (Bulgaria)
spec. ancient history of South-east Europe; Professor, St Clement of Ohrid University (Sofia); Director, Institute of Thracian Studies attached to the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

Volumes: 3

Fontaine, Jacques (France)
spec. Christian Latin literature, the civilization of Late Antiquity, the culture of the Early Western Middle Ages and of Visigothic Spain, and Hispanic pre-Roman art (from palaeo-Christian to Mozarabic); Member, Institute of France (Academy of Inscriptions and Fine Arts); Emeritus Professor, University of Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV); Member of the National Committee of the CNRS.

Volumes: 3

Fossier, Robert (France)
spec. Medieval history in Western Europe; Emeritus Professor, la Sorbonne (Paris I); Honorary Director of the Department of History.

Volumes: 4

Fowler, Melvin L. (United States of America)
spec. archaeology of Central and Southern United States and Central Mexico; Professor of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Volumes: 2

Frye, Richard Nelson (United States of America)
spec. ancient history of Iran and Central Asia; Emeritus Professor of Iranian Studies, Harvard University.

Volumes: 3

Fu'ad Sayyid, Ayman (Egypt)
spec. Muslim history, codicology of Arabic manuscripts and urban history; Professor of History and Muslim civilization, University Hilwan; Adviser to the National Library and National Records of Egypt.

Volumes: 4

Fukui, Fumimasa-Bunga (Japan)
spec. history of the religions of Eastern Asia; Professor, School of Literature, Waseda University, Department of Oriental Philosophy; Member, Academy of the Tendai Buddhist School.

Volumes: 3

Garašanin, Milutin (Yugoslavia)
spec. prehistory (Neolithic and Bronze Age) of the Balkans; Senior Researcher, Archaeological Institute in Belgrade; Professor of Archaeology, University of Belgrade. Member, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and of the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Volumes: 2

Garcia Sanz, Angel (Spain)
spec. Early Modern Economic History of Europe; Professor of Economic History, University of Valladolid; Director of the Simancas Institute of History, University of Valladolid.

Volumes: 5

Gendrop, Paul (Mexico) (the late)
Professor of the Pre Hispanic architecture, especially Maya School of Architecture of the National University of Mexico.

Volumes: 4

Geared, Denis (France)
spec. vertebrate and human palaeontology; researcher, CNRS; Professor, Laboratoire de Paléontologie des Vertébrés et de Paléontologie Humaine, Université Pierre et Marie Curie.

Volumes: 1

Gibert y Sanchez de la Vega, Rafael (Spain)
spec. history of law; Former Professor, history of the Spanish Law; Professor, history of law and the Institutions; Emeritus member of the Portuguese Academy of History (Lisbon).

Volumes: 4

Gieysztor, Aleksander (Poland)
Professor, University of Warsaw. Deceased

Volumes: 4

Gignoux, Philippe (France)
spec. Sasanian epigraphy and history of Zoroastrianism; Professor of Religions of Ancient Iran, Ecole Pratique Des Hautes Etudes (Paris).

Volumes: 3

Giot, Pierre-Roland (France)
spec. geology, archaeology and anthropology of Brittany; Professor, University of Rennes, in charge of the Armorican Anthropology, Prehistory; Protohistory and Quaternary Laboratory.

Volumes: 1

Gjuzelev, Vassil (Bulgaria)
spec. medieval Bulgarian and Byzantine history; Professor, St Clement of Ohrid University (Sofia).

Volumes: 3

Gnoli, Gherardo (Italy)
spec. history and philosophy of ancient Iran; Professor, Istituto Universitario Orientale (Naples); President, Italian Institute for the Middle and Far East (IsMEO, Rome).

Volumes: 3

Gonzalez, Alberto Rex (Argentina)
spec. archaeology of the Southern Andes; Professor, National University of Buenos Aires; Researcher, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas (Buenos Aires).

Volumes: 3

Gopal, Sarvapelli (India)
spec. modern history of South Asia; Emeritus Professor of contemporary history, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

Volumes: 5

Grabar, Oleg (United States of America)
spec. history of art and architecture in Islamic lands; Professor Emeritus, School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton; former Aga Khan Professor of Islamic Art, Harvard University.

Volumes: 4

Greene, Jack P. (United States of America)
spec. early modern British America; Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.

Volumes: 5

Grimal, Pierre (France)
spec. history of the Roman world, Latin language and literature; former Professor at the Sorbonne.

Volumes: 3

Guilaine, Jean (France)
spec. Mediterranean Neolithic; Director of Research, CNRS, Director of Neolithization and Early Rural Societies, École Des Hautes Études en Sciences sociales; Inspector-General of Archaeology.

Volumes: 1

Gunawardana, Leslie (Sri Lanka)
spec. early medieval social and economic history of Sri Lanka; Professor, University of Peradeniya; Fellow, National Academy of Sciences of Sri Lanka.

Volumes: 4, 5

Günther, Rigobert (Germany)
spec. history of the Later Roman Empire; Emeritus Professor, University of Leipzig.

Volumes: 3

Gyatso, Yonten (France)
spec. History of Tibet and Buddhist philosophy; Researcher, Centre of Tibetan Studies, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Paris.

Volumes: 4

Haberland, Wolfgang (Germany)
spec. archaeology with emphasis on the archaeology of Central America and the Native American art of North America; former Vice-Director of the Hamburg Museum of Anthropology.

Volumes: 4

Habib, Irfan (India)
spec. socio-economic history of medieval India, history of science and technology in India and links with Islamic science; Professor of Medieval History, Aligarh Muslim University.

Volumes: 4, 5

Hall, John A. spec. historical and comparative sociology; Professor of Sociology, McGill University, Montreal.

Volumes: 5

Hammond, Norman (United States of America/UK)
spec. Mesoamerican prehistory, emphasis on the Maya civilization and its Preclassic antecedents; Professor of Archaeology, Boston University; Research Associate, Peabody Museum, Harvard University.

Volumes: 3

Harmatta, Jonas (Hungary)
spec. linguistics and archaeology; Professor of Indo-European Linguistics, University of Budapest; Vice-president, Section of Linguistics and Literary Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Volumes: 3

Harlan, Jack R. (United States of America)
spec. archaeobotany; Professor Emeritus.

Volumes: 1

Harris Steven J. (United States of America)
spec. history of early modern science; Dibner Assistant Professor in the History of Science & Technology, Brandeis University.

Volumes: 5

Hasan, Yusuf Fadl (Sudan)
spec. history of the Middle East, Sudan and Islam in sub-Saharan Africa; Professor and former Director, Institute of African and Asian Studies, Khartoum; Vice-chancellor, University of Khartoum; Editor, Sudan Notes and Records.

Volumes: 4

Al-Hassan, Ahmad Yusuf (Syria)
spec. history of Islamic science and technology; Professor, Institute for the History of Arabic Science, University of Aleppo, Syria; Professor, University of Toronto.

Volumes: 4

Hayami, Akira (Japan)
spec. historical demography and socio-economic history of early modern Japan; Emeritus Professor, International Research Centre of Japanese Studies, Kyoto.

Volumes: 5

Hegde, K.T.M. (India)
spec. ancient Indian technology and archaeornetallurgy; former Dean and Head of the Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Maharaja Sayajirao University (Baroda).

Volumes: 3

Hérail, Francine (France)
spec. history of Japan (with emphasis on the Nara-Heian period); Director of Studies, Ecole Pratique Des Hautes Etudes, Sciences historiques et philologiques.

Volumes: 4

Heredia, Osvaldo Raimundo (Argentina)
spec. archaeology of South America. Deceased

Volumes: 1, 2

Herrmann, Joachim (Germany)
spec. prehistory and protohistory of Europe, ancient and early medieval history north of the Mediterranean; former Professor, Humboldt University (Berlin); former Director, Central Institute of Ancient History and Archaeology; Member, Academies of Sciences of Berlin, Warsaw, Sofia, Kiev; Member of the Leibniz-Sozietät, Berlin; Member, German Archaeological Institute; Dr. , Athens University.

Volumes: 3

Higham, Charles (New Zealand)
spec. archaeology of mainland South-east Asia; Professor of anthropology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand; Fellow, Society of Antiquaries of London, Royal Society of New Zealand; Former fellow, St John's College, Cambridge.

Volumes: 2

Hills, Catherine (United Kingdom)
spec. Anglo-Saxon archaeology; Professor in post-Roman archaeology, University of Cambridge.

Volumes: 3

Hours, Francis, SJ (France)
deceased 1987; spec. Palaeolithic archaeology of western Asia.

Volumes: 1

Howe, Kerry R. (New Zealand)
spec. Pacific Islands and New Zealand history; Professor, Massey University, Albany Campus, Auckland.

Volumes: 5

Hsu Choyun (China/United States of America)
spec. social and institutional history of ancient (pre-imperial) China; Professor, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Volumes: 3

Hutterer, Karl Leopold (Austria)
spec. archaeology and anthropology of Hawaii, the Philippines and Australia; Lecturer, Bryn Mawr College, University of Hawaii, University of San Carlos (Cebu City); Director of Burke Museum, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

Volumes: 1

 

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