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Heather, P. J. (Peter J.)

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Personal name headingHeather, P. J. (Peter J.)
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Variant(s)Heather, Peter J.
Heather, Peter John
See alsoEmployer: King's College London
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Associated countryGreat Britain
LocatedLondon (England)
Addresspeter.heather@kcl.ac.uk
Birth date1960-06-08
Field of activityEducation, Higher Middle Ages Rome--Civilization Goths Visigoths
AffiliationKing's College London
University College, London
Yale University
Worcester College (University of Oxford)
New College (University of Oxford)
Maidstone Grammar School (Maidstone, England)
Profession or occupationCollege teachers Authors
Found inHis Goths and Romans, 332-489, 1991: CIP t.p. (P.J. Heather) t.p. verso (copyr., Peter Heather) data sheet (Peter J. Heather) pub. info. (Murray Res. Fellow in History, Worcester College, Oxford [England])
The visigoths from the migration period to the seventh century, 1999: CIP t.p. (Peter Heather) CIP data sheet (Heather, Per (John); b. 06-08-1960)
Rome Resurgent, 2018: ECIP title page (Peter Heather) data view (Email: p.heather@oxford.edu / Heather, Peter John)
King's College London website, viewed July 1, 2019 (Peter Heather joined King's in January 2008 as the Chair of Medieval History. He was educated at Maidstone Grammar School, before moving to New College Oxford to complete his undergraduate degree and doctoral work. Prior to joining King's, Peter Heather worked at University College London, Yale University and Worcester College, Oxford. His research interests lie in the later Roman Empire and its successor states. He is widely published in these matters, with a focus on the Goth and Visigoth kingdoms of the Medieval period. Email: peter.heather@kcl.ac.uk)
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Associated languageeng