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  4. Scott, TAPA Lily Ross Taylor was a brilliant teacher, scholar, and educational administrator, famous for her studies in Roman history, institutions, and religion, and a person with a gift for friendship whose unflagging energy and whose vivid and outgoing personality won an immediate response from people of all interests and ages. Born of old Southern stock, she majored first in mathematics and then in classics.

    She died in a motor accident near her home still in full possession of her physical and intellectual powers, and still an actively productive scholar. Her published works include seven books, over 70 articles, and more than 60 reviews.


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    The whole is a remarkably consistent achievement, each item connected with and contributing to the advances in Roman studies in her time. The close connection between Roman religious institutions and Roman public life made the transition to political studies easy and natural, and the need for further analysis of the conditions of Caesar's rise to power was the challenge met in her Sather Lectures on Party Politics in the Age of Caesar; and this in turn led to a comprehensive study of a long neglected basic institution, the tribe, in The Voting Districts of the Roman Republic, based on masses of new evidence and her familiarity with the land of Italy.

    A new identification of a major voting area, the Saepta, the forms revealed by the Comitium and the Curia of Cosa, and the description in the bronze tablet of Heba of how centuries were combined for voting purposes, presented the new evidence exploited in Roman Voting Assemblies, her Jerome Lectures, and gave us our most precise description of the procedures in the various Roman assemblies.

    At the time of her death she was planning a work on the role of the Roman Senate in domestic and foreign policy. In addition, after the death of Tenney Frank in , she took the leading part in planning and preparing, as a tribute to him, the General Index, Economic Survey of Ancient Rome, vols. Robert S. Ward W. Briggs, Jr. Bibliography: Lily Ross Taylor.

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