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L. Tom Perry Special Collections Exhibit
Image of 2 ancient Roman plates

Dr. John F. Hall is Professor of Classical Languages and Ancient History at Brigham Young University. He is the Eliza R. Snow University Fellow and also Editor of The BYU New Testament Commentary. Dr. Hall is the former Chair of the Department of Humanities, Classics, and Comparative Literature and was for many years a member of the FARMS (Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies) Board of Directors. He served a term as national President and seven terms as national Executive Secretary of the Classical Association, the professional organization of professors in his field. He is the author of more than 30 articles and of five books, on various topics of Roman history, the ancient Etruscans, early Christianity, and the original Greek New Testament.

Dr. Hall received his doctorate in Ancient History and Languages from the University of Pennsylvania. As an undergraduate Dr. Hall attended BYU graduating Summa Cum Laude with a double major in Latin and Greek, with the university designation of University Scholar, and the Honors Program designation of Highest Honors. Dr. Hall is in his twenty-ninth year as a member of the BYU faculty.


Team Member Biographies
John W. Welch    
John Hall    
Shaun McMurdie    
Mark Pollei    
Michael Gee    

The Harold B. Lee Library Multimedia Unit prepares equipment for a location shoot as part of the media portion of the Roman Plates exhibit.

Behind the Scenes Photo Gallery
Behind the Scenes Video