E. Otha Wingo

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E. Otha Wingo
Born 17 September 1934(1934-09-17) [1]
Prentiss County, Mississippi
Died 9 February 2015 (80) [1]
Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Religion Orthodox Christian (Antiochian)
Alma mater University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana (Ph.D., 1962)
Workplace(s) Southeast Missouri State University
Affiliations Huna Research Associates; New Atlantean Research Society

Elvis Otha Wingo (September 17, 1934 - February 9, 2015) was an American professor of Classical Languages and Mythology, and successor to Max Freedom Long as director of Long's Huna Research Associates.

Selected Bibliography

  • Wingo, E. O. (1972), Latin Punctuation in the Classical Age, The Hague: Mouton  — Ph.D. thesis
  • Wingo, E. O. (1976), The Story of the Huna Work, Cape Girardeau, Mo.: Huna Research Associates