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The ptolemaic library project
This paper discusses the foundation of the Library of Alexandria, probably to be dated under Ptolemy I, and argues for its location within the temple complex of the Mouseion. Modelled in part on Aristotle's library in ...
Divergence and convergence within Greek library education: An applied vs a theoretical approach
This paper explores the differences and similarities of the three library schools educating librarians and information professionals in Greece. The structure of higher education in Greece has recently undergone major ...
In praise of the Alexandrian librarians: pioneers in literacy scholarship
The article highlights the three librarians of the Library of Alexandria, who pioneered the formal study of literary texts in classical Greece in the third and second centuries B.C. Zenodotus, the first official head of ...