William Warde Fowler(Redirected from W. Warde Fowler)
Among his most influential works was The Roman Festivals of the Period of the Republic (1899). H. H. Scullard, in the introduction to his 1981 book on a similar topic, singled out Fowler's book as a particularly valuable resource despite its age, writing, "I have not been so presumptuous as to attempt to provide an alternative."
- "FOWLER, William Warde". The International Who's Who in the World. 1912. p. 474.
- Matheson, P. E.; Myfanwy Lloyd (2004). "Fowler, William Warde". In H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Retrieved 2007-04-03.
- H. H. Scullard (1981). Festivals and Ceremonies of the Roman Republic. London: Thames and Hudson. p. 12. ISBN 0-500-40041-5.
- Works by William Warde Fowler at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about William Warde Fowler at Internet Archive
- The City-State of the Greeks and Romans: a survey introductory to the study of Ancient History (1895)
- Julius Caesar and the Foundation of the Roman Imperial System (1903)
- Rome Home University Library (1912)
- Roman Ideas of Deity in the last century before the Christian Era Oxford lectures (1914)
- Roman Essays and Interpretations (1920)
- Ahn, Shin. "William Warde Fowler". Gifford Lectures online. Retrieved 2007-04-03.
- "Kingham, old and new, studies in a rural parish" by W. Warde Fowler, 1913
- "Obituary. W. Warde-Fowler" by Julian Huxley, from British Birds, Vol 15, No. 6 pp. 143-144
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