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* Ancient Library articles: Archagathus no.
The Royal Library of Alexandria, or Ancient Library of Alexandria, in Alexandria, Egypt, was the largest and most significant library of the ancient world.
Ancient literature of Bhutan is preserved in the National Library.
* Ancient Rome resources for students from the Courtenay Middle School Library.
* 古代文字資料館 Ancient Writing Library
* Dimitar Y. Dimitrov, " Sinesius of Cyrene and the Christian Neoplatonism: Patterns of Religious and Cultural Symbiosis ," in Mostafa El-Abbadi and Omnia Fathallah ( eds ), What Happened to the Ancient Library of Alexandria?
The Ancient Library of Alexandria, an early form of information retrieval | information storage and retrieval.
* Ancient Library
The Ancient Library 2005.
The Library of Ashurbanipal at Nineveh is perhaps the most compelling discovery in the Ancient Near East.
* Bibliotheca Alexandrina: An Ancient Library Goes Modern ( illustrated article )
Besides the faculties and other teaching institutions, there are several other bodies that serve the university: the University Library, a university archive and administration, numerous museums ( e. g. the Museum for Music Instruments and the Museum of Ancient Egypt ) and the university hospital.
* Ancient Library
* Ancient Library on Amphictyones and Hieromnemones
* The Scottish Covenant, October 1949, held by the Trustees of the National Library of Scotland, published by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
* The Ancient Library Bardyllis
The database of Colonial Land Office Patents at the Library of Virginia is the principal source of information as to the identities of those who received grants as Ancient Planters.
One of the great achievements of Eumenes II was the expansion of the Library at Pergamon, one of the great libraries of the Ancient World and the place traditionally associated with the creation of parchment, although it had actually existed for centuries.
* Ancient Library 1904
11 in v. 1, page 538 ) at " The Ancient Library " website
The primary fruits of the Class ’ s labors are its publications, presently consisting of three series: Papers in Philology, Library of Translations from Ancient Literature ( including eight volumes published before the Second World War ), and Old Polish Source Materials.
The Commission is also actively engaged in the PAU series entitled Library of Translations from Ancient Literature, in which there have appeared so far editions of Statius ’ s Thebais, Lucan ’ s Bellum Civile, Lysias ’ s Speeches and Apollonius Dyskolos ’ s Essay on Syntax and Andokides ’ s Speeches.
* Ancient Manuscripts from the Desert Libraries of Timbuktu, Library of Congress exhibition of manuscripts from the Mamma Haidara Commemorative Library

Ancient and Alexandria
* Andron, Cosmin ( 2008 ), " Ammonios of Alexandria ", The Routledge Encyclopedia of Ancient Natural Scientists, eds.
However, early church documents, such as those of the First Council of Nicaea ( 325 ) had always listed the Pope of Rome first among the Ancient Patriarchs ( first four, and later five: Rome, Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch and Jerusalem collectively referred to as the Pentarchy ).
* Pope of Alexandria, being the Diocesan Bishop of the Great and Ancient Metropolis of Alexandria, that is in Alexandria and the metropolitan province of Greater Cairo.
Ancient Greek bronze statuette of a veiled and masked dancer, 3rd-2nd century BC, found in Alexandria, Egypt.
The Lighthouse of Alexandria ( in Ancient Greek, ὁ Φάρος της Ἀλεξανδρείας ), was a tower built between 280 and 247 BC on the island of Pharos at Alexandria, Egypt.
* Remains of the Lighthouse of Alexandria ( one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World ) are toppled by a series of earthquakes.
Alexandria, the second largest city of Egypt, was a flourishing city in the Ancient era, but declined during the Middle Ages.
The Lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, designed by Sostratus of Cnidus and built during the reign of Ptolemy I Soter served as the city's landmark, and later, lighthouse.
The word " necromancy " is adapted from Late Latin necromantia, itself borrowed from post-Classical Greek νεκρομαντεία ( nekromanteía ), a compound of Ancient Greek νεκρός ( nekrós ), " dead body ", and μαντεία ( manteía ), " prophecy or divination "; this compound form was first used by Origen of Alexandria in the 3rd century CE.
Ibycus () ( floruit: 2nd half of 6th century BC ) was an Ancient Greek lyric poet, a citizen of Rhegium in Magna Graecia, probably active at Samos during the reign of the tyrant Polycrates and numbered by the scholars of Hellenistic Alexandria in the canonical list of nine lyric poets.
Ancient Alexandria, a polis of Hellenistic Egypt.
Category: Ancient Alexandria in art and culture
They were educated in the Hellenistic culture of Alexandria and Roman culture, to a degree in Ancient Egyptian culture and particularly in the traditions of Judaism, in the study of Jewish traditional literature and in Greek philosophy.
In the words of Roberta Reeder, " His poetry is erudite and the themes range from Ancient Greece and Alexandria to modern-day Petersburg.
Category: Ancient Alexandria in art and culture
In Ancient Egypt, the city was known as Tamiat, but it became less important in the Hellenic period after the construction of Alexandria.

Ancient and According
According to the Ancient Greeks there were caverns under the surface which were entrances leading to the underworld, some of which were the caverns at Tainaron in Lakonia, at Trozien in Argolis, at Ephya in Thesprotia, at Herakleia in Pontos, and in Ermioni.
According to Hippocrates, melancholia was caused by an excess of black bile, hence the name, which means ' black bile ', from Ancient Greek μέλας ( melas ), " dark, black ", + χολή ( kholé ), " bile "; a person whose constitution tended to have a preponderance of black bile had a melancholic disposition.
According to scholarly consensus, the earliest example of an administrative meritocracy, based on civil service examinations, dates back to Ancient China.
According to Israel Finkelstein and Neil Silberman, authors of The Bible Unearthed: Archaeology's New Vision of Ancient Israel and the Origin of Its Sacred Texts, at the time of the kingdoms of David and Solomon, Jerusalem was populated by only few hundred residents or less, which is insufficient for an empire stretching from the Euphrates to Eilath.
* According to Ancient Custom: Research on the possible Origins and Purpose of Thynghowe Sherwood Forest
According to this theory, fairies are personified aspects of nature and deified abstract concepts such as ‘ love ’ and ‘ victory ’ in the pantheon of the particular form of animistic nature worship reconstructed as the religion of Ancient Western Europe .< ref >
According to another source, 18th century Scots writers like Allan Ramsay justified their use of Scots ( instead of English ) by comparing it to the use of Ancient Greek Doric by Theocritus.
* According to Ancient Custom: Research on the possible Origins and Purpose of Thynghowe Sherwood Forest
According to " Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Greece " by Edward E. Barthell, he states that Adrastus is the son of Talaus and Lysimache ( daughter of Abas ).
According to Pliny the Elder, human sacrifice in Ancient Rome was abolished by a senatorial decree in 97 BCE, although by this time the practice had already become so rare that the decree was mostly a symbolic act.
According to one version of the legend, found in Percy's Reliques of Ancient English Poetry published in 1765, the beggar was said to be Henry, the son of Simon de Montfort, but Percy himself declared that this version was not genuine.
* The Jurisdiction of the Lord's House, or, Parliament Considered According to Ancient Records ( 1796 );
According to the Ancient Egyptian units of measurement, the Egyptian Royal cubit was subdivided into 7 palms of 4 fingers / digits each ; surviving cubit rods are between 52. 3 and 52. 9 cm ( 20. 6 to 20. 8 inches ) in length.
According to Dr. Beth Cohen, Thracians had " the same dark hair and the same facial features as the Ancient Greeks.
* " Reconstruction Of The Genofond Peculiarities Of The Ancient Pazyryk Population ( I-II Millennium BC ) From Gorny Altai According To The mtDNA Structure " Voevoda M. I., Sitnikova V. V., Romashchenko A. G., Chikisheva T. A., Polosmak N. V., Molodin V. I http :// www. bionet. nsc. ru / bgrs / thesis / 99 /.
According to the Bible and Historians, Henna is believed to have been practiced in the Ancient Kingdom of Israel.
According to one hypothesis, Ugaritic texts might solve the biblical puzzle of the anachronism of Ezekiel mentioning Daniel at ; it is because in both Ugaritic and the Ancient Hebrew texts, it is correctly Danel.
According to Herodotus, the Macrobians, a people related to the Ancient Egyptians who inhabited parts of the Horn of Africa during the 1st millennium BC, also practised an elaborate form of embalming.
According to the jacket notes, her album An Ancient Muse was inspired by travels among and reading about the various cultures along the Silk Road.
According to local Jewish traditions, the City of Hamedan is mentioned in the Bible, as the capital of Ancient Persia in the days of King Ahasuerus in the Book of Esther.
According to Muslim authors, Sabians followed the fourth book of Abrahamic tradition, the Zabur, which was given to the prophet King David of Ancient Israel according to the Qur ' an.
According to the mid-twelfth-century hagiographer of Saint Edmund, Galfridus de Fontibus, Athla was the founder of the Ancient and royal town of Attleborough in Norfolk.
According to the Ancient Greek historian Thucydides, the Athenian citizens at the beginning of the Peloponnesian War ( 5th century BC ) numbered 40, 000, making with their families a total of 140, 000 people in all.
According to Victoria Sherrow, those Romans who were fair-haired preferred to dye their hair dark in the early period of Ancient Rome ; at one point in time blond hair was even associated with prostitutes.

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