Lloyd A. Thompson

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Lloyd Arthur Thompson (24 June 1932 Barbados – 28 August 1997) was a Nigerian classicist, and scholar.


He graduated from St John's College, Cambridge, with an MA. He taught at University of Ibadan Nigeria, for 40 years.

He married Alma Rosalind Platten on 1 September 1956; they had a daughter and two sons.[1][2]



  • Romans and blacks. Taylor & Francis. 1989. ISBN 978-0-415-03185-1.


  1. ^ Scolia, Vol 6, 1997 Archived 2011-06-09 at the Wayback Machine., ISSN 1018-9017
  2. ^ "Professor Lloyd Thompson". The Times. 29 August 1997.
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