In his 90s, but I don't know exactly. He's still working on what will almost
certainly be his last book.
Paul Osborne wrote:
> >Mind you, this could be considered a narrow accomplishment by some, and
> if that's
> >the case with you, so be it. But that's his contribution, in my opinion.
> Thanks Marc. Although both of my parrents (now retired) went to BYU I
> have never had any interest in that scene. The last time I mentioned the
> name of Hugh Nibley to my mother, she said, "is he still alive"?
> How old is Dr. Nibley?
> Paul O
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