MAJOR PAUL KENNETH BAILLIE REYNOLDS (P.K. Baillie Reynolds) (b.1896; d.1973) was a British classical scholar and archaeologist who studied specialised Roman troops such as the frumentarii and the vigiles .
He studied at
By 1921, he had become a Pelham student at the British School in Rome
. While Rome he wrote books and articles for which he is well
remembered (e.g., The Troops Quartered in the Castra Peregrina JRS 13
1923, pages 168–87; The
In 1924, Baillie Reynolds became a lecturer on Ancient history at
His last significant task was to oversee repairs to the Aqua Claudia aqueduct in Rome, which ran through the grounds of the British Embassy. A report of this work was published in the journal Archaeologia Volume 100, 1966. It was his last publication, and he died in 1973.
Baillie Reynolds had a distinguished career, recognised by his honours, firstly becoming an Officer of the Order of the British Empire and subsequently made a Commander of the Order.
During World War II, Baillie-Reynolds was one of the founding members of the Monuments Men (M.F.A.A.), who sought to protect European art treasures during and after the war.
Publications below are listed in order of first known date of publication. Known subsequent publication dates are mentioned at the end of each listing.
* Baillie Reynolds, P.K. (1926), "'Two fragments of Samian pottery,
in the museum of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth'",
Aberystwyth Studies, 8: 11–5
* Baillie Reynolds, P.K. (1996) . The