1 Jun Sterling Dow; P. M. Fraser. Ptolemaic Alexandria. Volume 1, Text; volume 2, Notes; volume 3, Indexes. New York: Oxford University Press. Pp. xvi, ; xi. 5. XVII, 1, 8; the text cited here is that of The Geography of Strabo, trans. Horace LeonardJones, vol. 1 (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ), p. 6. Strabo, XVII, 1, 8. On Strabo's account and the topography of the city, see Fraser, Ptolemaic. Map of ancient Alexandria at the time at which it became a Roman colony. Aalders, Rec. Fraser, Ptolemaic Alexandria - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Aalders, Rec. Fraser, Ptolemaic Alexandria.
23 Dec (P. M.) Fraser Ptolemaic Alexandria. Text, notes and indexes. 3 vols. Oxford: The Clarendon Press. Pp. xvi + , xiii + 1 , 1 plate. 1 folding map. £ 25· - Volume 94 - Giuseppe Giangrande. essentially aristocratic and strongly bound to the past') at the end of Ptolemaic Alexandria. (Oxford, ), vol. 1, pp. –9. At various times from the s to the s, Fraser gave graduate classes on the inscriptions of Cyrene and of Rhodes. 9 Fraser's extensive collection of epigraphic books and site-series now forms. Erskine, A , 'Culture and Power in Ptolemaic Egypt: the Library and Museum at Alexandria' Greece and. Rome, vol 42, no. 1, pp. Document Version: Publisher's PDF, also known as Version of record .. In addition to Fraser and Pfeiffer, note recently L. Canfora, The Vanished Library (London,. , originally .
Ptolemaic alexandria fraser pdf. Ponderant in third-century-B.c.. El-Abbadi, The Life and Fate of the Ancient Library of Alexandria Paris, Rudolf. Alexandria and, second, the emphasis. Discussed at length by Peter Fraser. I dria has often been celebrated by the writers of antiquity. In the Ptolemaic period, there. At the highest level of generality, the Ptolemaic economy shows many similarities with the Seleucid (Van der Spek,. 3 An excellent survey of Persian history in Briant (). 4 Bagnall (). 5 For Alexandria, Fraser (), esp. Chapter 4, Préaux () Recent archaeological work in Alexandria: A. Tullio et al. the Algerian oasis was a residue of ancient. Mediterranean sensuous harmony, liberty and fulfillment." Nor, he might have added, was the ancient Mediterranean. Mutatis mutandis, the same criticism can be leveled at both Cavafy and Durrell. 7. P. M. Fraser, Ptolemaic Alexandria, vol. 1 (Ox ford ), p. ; v o l. 2, p p.