John R. Hale Audio Books

John R. Hale Audio Books

John R. Hale studied at Yale and Cambridge universities before embarking on an archaeological career that includes extensive underwater searches for ancient warships. He has written for Antiquity, Journal of Roman Archaeology, and Scientific American and has been profiled by National Public Radio and the New York Times. He has also been featured in documentaries broadcast by the Discovery Channel and the History Channel. He is currently director of liberal studies at the University of Louisville.

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