Archaeology

Alessandria e il mondo ellenistico-romano

I Centenario del Museo Greco-Romano. Atti II Congresso Internazionale Italo-Egizio. Alessandria,23-27 Novembre 1992

Edited by Nicola Bonacasa, Cristina Naro, Elisa Chiara Portale, Amedeo Tullio


1995, XVI-444 pp., 84 tav.
Paperback, 21 x 28 cm
ISBN: 8870629236

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    The Graeco-Roman Museum was and is still one of the cultural centres which attracted the great minds, the intellectuals, artists and scholars. Many names, events and fables are connected with the Alexandrian museum and its history as its founder Alexander the Great, the queen Cleopatra, the great statesmen such as: Caesar, Pompey, Marc Antony and many others who insisted in the past times to visit this glorious city. In modern times Alexandria become a symbol of revolt against ignorance and this is proved by foundig the great library and by the activities of its museum.

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    Storia e Cultura; Architettura, topografia, e urbanistica; Archeologia e Storia dell'Arte

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