ARNALDO MOMIGLIANO held university chairs in three countries; at the time of his death in 1987, he was professor emeritus of University College, London, Alexander White Professor at the University of Chicago, and Professore Ordinario di Storia Antica, Scoloe Normale Superiore, Pisa. He had lectured at numerous other universities and colleges, among them Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, Princeton, and the universities of California, Michigan, Rome, and Turin. His books include Essays in Ancient and Modern Historiography (Wesleyan 1977) and New Paths of Classicism in the Nineteeth Century. Momigliano has received the Feltinelli Prize of the Academia Lincei, the Kaplun Prize of the University of Jerusalem, and the Kenyon Medal for Classical Studies of the British Academy. In 1987 he was appointed a MacArthur Fellow.