The famous Historian and the writer of the books How The Irish Saved Civilization and Desire Of The Everlasting Hills died at 82 on October 18. According to a family friend Thomas died in his sleep in his apartment.
How did Thomas Cahill Die?
The well-known Historian and scholar Thomas Cahill died at 82 on October 18 at his apartment in Manhattan. The cause of the death is not known yet, but one of the family friends said that Thomas Cahill died in his sleep in his apartment.
Who is Thomas Cahill?
Thomas Cahill is a very well-known historian. Thomas is also a scholar of ancient languages. His famous books are How the Irish Saved the Civilization and Desire of the Everlasting Hills. At an early age, Thomas Cahill attended Jesuit school, where he became a student of Latin and Ancient Greek.
In the early 1970s, Cahill wrote two books along with his wife, Susan Cahill. He also taught history at Queen’s College, Fordham University, and Seton Hall University. He was also an education correspondent for the Times of London.
Thomas majored in Classical literature and medieval philosophy at Fordham college. He received a master’s degree in film and dramatic literature from Columbia University.
The book How the Irish Saved the Civilization, published in 1995, made him a publishing star. His fans paid tribute to him on Twitter. Roger Boylan posted on his Twitter account as “Thomas Cahill has died, aged 82. I met him once. Fine scholar, a writer with a crisp, humorous style, and one of the foremost contributors to Ireland’s legacy. RIP.” our deepest condolences with his families and friends.
May his soul rest in peace. The well-known scholar and Historian will always be remembered.