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Topic - Jacqueline De Romilly
French scholar Jacqueline de Romilly, a specialist on ancient Greece, a prolific writer and one of the first women to join the prestigious Academie Francaise, has died. She was 97.
In her later years, Romilly defended the study of the classics and often spoke and wrote about the importance of education.
She wrote several books on ancient historian Thucydides.