Emily Vermeule

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American archaeologist

Why Is Emily Vermeule Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Emily Dickinson Townsend Vermeule was an American classical scholar and archaeologist. She was a professor of classical philology and archaeology at Harvard University. Early life and education Emily Dickinson Townsend was born on August 11, 1928, in New York City to Clinton Blake Townsend and Eleanor Mary Meneely. She was named for her grandmother, a relative of the poet Emily Dickinson.

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