ABBREVIATIONS

Tit is list of abbreviations contains works and individuals cited frequently throughout the notes, but excludes items exclusively concerned with topography which are described in detail in ch. 1, note 31. I have not included references to abbreviated descriptions of editions of ancient authors, which are mostly given in full when first quoted, and with many of which the reader's familiarity may be assumed. I have also excluded normal standard collections of texts, fragments, inscriptions and papyri, encyclopaedias, etc., for the same reason. Items which occur in only one chapter are explained in that chapter, usually in the first note.

A Adriani's map: see ch. 1, note 31, § 1
Bernand, Alexandrie A. Bernand, Alexandrie la Grande ( Collection Signet des Temps, Arthaud, Paris, 1966).
B-L A. Bouché Leclercq, Histoire da Lagides ( 4 vols., Paris.
1903-7).
Breccia, Iscriz. E. Breccia, Iarizioni greche e latin (Catalogue général
des Antiquités égyptiennes du Musée d'Alexandrie
.
Cairo, 1911).
Cahen, Call. E. Cahen, Callimaque et son œuvre poétique (Bibl. éc. franç.
d'Athènes et de Rome
, fasc. 134, Paris, 1929).
-----, Hymnes ----- Les Hymnes de Callimaque, Conunent. explicatif et critique (Bibl. éc. franç. d'Athènes et de Rome, fasc. 134
bis, Paris, 1930).
Coll. Alex. Collectanea Alexandrina, reliquias minores Postarm Graecorum Aetais Ptolemaicae, edited by J. U. Powell ( Oxford, 1925); the fragments are cited as 'Pow.'.
DG H. Diels, Doxogrophi graeci ( De Gruyter, Berlin, 1879).
Ditt. Wilhelm Dittenberger.
Eichgrün, Kall. u. A. R. E. Eichgrün, Kallimachos und Apolionios Rhodios (diss.
Berlin, 1961).
G-H B. P. Grenfell and A. S. Hunt.
Gow The Greek Anthology: Hellenistic Epigrams, edited by A. S. F. Gow and D. L. Page ( 2 vols., Cambridge Univ. Press,
1965); cited by continuous numeration of lines.
GV W. Peek, Griechische Versinschriften, i ( Akad. Verlag.
Berlin, 1955).
Herter I and II H. Herter, in Bursian Jahresbericht etc., 255, 1937
( Leipzig, 1937), pp. 65-217, "'Bericht über die Literatur
zur berenistischen Dichtung aus den Jahren 1921-1935:
I. Teil'" (= 'Herter I'); ibid. 285, 1944/55 ( Tübingen.
1956), pp. 213-410, 'II. Teil' (= 'Herter II').
HGM Ivor Thomas, Selections Illustrating the History of Greek
Mathematics
( 2 vob., Loeb Class. Libr., 1939).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Publisher's Note (1984) vi
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Corrigenda xvi
  • Part I - The Frame Work 1
  • 1 - Foundation and Topography 3
  • 2 - The Population, its Organization and Composition 38
  • 3 - City and Sovereign 93
  • 4 - Industry and Trade 132
  • 5 - Religious Life 189
  • Part II - The Achievement 303
  • 6 - Ptolemaic Patronage: the Mouseion and Library 305
  • 7 - Alexandrian Science 336
  • 8 - Alexandrian Scholarship 447
  • 9 - Alexandrian Philosophy: the Main Phases 480
  • 10 - Aspects of Alexandrian Literature 495
  • 11 - The Horizon of Callimachus 717
  • Epilogue 794
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