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language educator

Alan Ralph Millard, British language educator. Achievements include research in Ancient Semitic inscriptions; history of the alphabet. Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1984. Elder Hoylake Chapel, Hoylake, United Kingdom, 1976—2002; Fellow: Society Antiquaries; member: Society for Old Testament Study, British School Archaeology in Iraq (vice-chairman since 2001).

Background

Millard, Alan Ralph was born on December 1, 1937 in Harrow, Middlesex, England. Son of Ralph Walter and Joyce Millard.

Education

Bachelor, Oxford University, England, 1959. Master of Philosophy, University London, 1967.

Career

Assistant keeper British Museum, London, 1961—1963. Library Tyndale House, Cambridge, England, 1963—1970. Lecturer The University, Liverpool, England, 1970—1976, senior lecturer England, 1976—1985, reader England, 1985—1992, professor England, since 1992.

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Achievements

  • Achievements include research in Ancient Semitic inscriptions. History of the alphabet.

Works

Membership

Elder Hoylake Chapel, Hoylake, United Kingdom, 1976—2002. Fellow: Society Antiquaries. Member: Society for Old Testament Study, British School Archaeology in Iraq (vice-chairman since 2001).

Connections

Married Margaret Louise Sibley, September 12, 1964. Children: Clare, Stephen, Jonathan.

father:
Ralph Walter

mother:
Joyce Millard

spouse:
Margaret Louise Sibley

children:
Clare Millard

Stephen Millard

Jonathan Millard