List of notable Canadian historians
From 13th to 9th century BC the ancient Greece kingdom thrived and it is regarded as one of the most advanced civilizations of the world of its era. The Early Middle Ages started as soon as this era of Greece was over. The Byzantine Empire was the one which also had the significant impact on the history of the era which followed. The native men owning some land and that were born in the kingdom were regarded as the natives and the nationals of the kingdom. The slavery was regarded as one of the worse possible actions of the ancient Greece which is still bashed by many historians of the modern era.
Ancient Egypt was the other kingdom that thrived around 3100BC. The Nile river bank witnessed yet another empire that was matchless in power and prosperity. The history of the region was the result of the stable kingdoms which prospered during the era. The Pyramids of Giza are regarded as the longest surviving wonder of the world which is almost 5000 years old. The prehistoric era of Egypt started immediately after the ancient one. There are many Canadian researchers and historians that have worked on the era and have come up with conclusions which the world recognizes.
Arthur RM Lower
Born in August 1889 Arthur RM Lower is one of the most notable Canadians of all time. There are many historical fields which are covered by him. Ancient Greece was also one of the topics which he covered. His theories about the era paved a way for the future historians to mark their work accordingly. The Canadian History was also well documented by him and therefore he is highly rated as one of the best authors of all time as well. He studied in Harvard and Toronto University which are the top rated institutes of this era as well. He died in 1988 at the age of 98.
He is also one of the well-respected authors of all time. Though he has worked on Canadian History most of the time he has also worked on the subjected topics for which he received high praise. He theorized that Ancient Egypt thrived at the Nile Banks and it was this river which allowed them to further develop. He is a Bachelor in History from Dalhousie University in 1975. He also traveled to the UK for further development of his historical skills. His last book was published in 2016 by the name of The Vimy Trap. He is currently working on more projects.
Besides being a politician Laurier was a notable Canadian historian. He not only has written several books but has also delivered history lectures. He was a bachelor in history from the University of Toronto and therefore he is regarded as one of the best authors of all time. He was politically affiliated to Liberal Party of Canada. Besides being a historian he was also an author and journalist. He died on December 16, 2012. His ashes were scattered off the coast of BC.