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Extra info for Archeology -Bronze Age Mediterranean Island Cultures and the Ancient Near East
The emperor saw to it that the Etruscan history was read from beginning to end each year, and that the Carthaginian history was read by diVerent readers as if at a public recitation (Suetonius Claudius 42) in a nod to Peisistratus’ Panathenaic Rule, which ensured that the Homeric epics were always performed in the same fashion. Claudius’ construction of a new Alexandrian museum is an attempt to appropriate, and reauthor as Roman, the Hellenistic literary institution and, in the light of the recitation of his works, to make it speak to his own military achievements, which the history of the library at Rome attests to in any case.
1. 53) to denote book collecting, while Athenaeus speaks of ‘the multitude of books . . and the gathering in the Museum’30 (203e). ). 78 and also Pfeiffer (1968: 96). —ôïºåìÆEïò › ðæHôïò óıíÆªÆªgí ôe ìïıóåEïí. 28 Pfeiffer (1968: 96). Pfeiffer (1968: 97 n. 4). ðåæd äb âØâºøí ðºÞŁïıò . . ŒÆd ôBò åNò ôe ÌïıóåEïí óıíÆªøªBò. 36 Origins: The Diachronic Perspective for the Jews and their culture. 47–9). Ptolemy is not simply an admirer of Hebrew scriptures. Epiphanius in his Weights and Measures declares that the Egyptian monarch wished to collect and translate all the works of all the diVerent nations into a library, and this included Ethiopian, Persian, and Hindu writings (Weights and Measures 9; cf.
42 Origins: The Diachronic Perspective that he be educated by Greeks at Rome (cf. 24), and with Terence, the use of literary models directly borrowed from Greek New Comedy. 156). The library’s status as a marker of power is once more aYrmed. Lucullus, consul with Aurelius Cotta in 74 bc and later princeps with Q. Lutatius Catulus and Q. 1);48 this time military supremacy coincides with ownership of the library. Plutarch celebrates him precisely for establishing a library (cf. ôa ðåæd ôcí ôHí âØâºßøí ŒÆôÆóŒåıÞí), stating that he gathered many wellwritten works.
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