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VIA EGNATIA .............................................................................................................................................. 89 VILLA HERODES ATTICUS ..................................................................................................................... 92 ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF PIREUS......................................................................................... 93 NATIONAL ARCAELOGICAL MUSEUM OF ATHENS ........................................................................ 95 CHAPTER TWO – INSTITUTE FOR BALKAN STUDIES ...................................................................... 98 HISTORY ..................................................................................................................................................... 99 GEOGRAPHY ........................................................................................................................................... 104 PHRASES .................................................................................................................................................. 111 MORALS AND CUSTOMS...................................................................................................................... 116 HELLENISTIC LAW 323 BC. – 212 AD. ............................................................................................... 129 HELLENISTIC PHILOSOPHY ................................................................................................................ 136 HELLENISTIC RELIGION ....................................................................................................................... 141 CHAPTER THREE – BIBLIOTHECA ALEXANDRINA, THE ALEXANDRIA AND MEDITERRANEAN RESEARCH CENTER ............................................................................................. 152 INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................... 153 ALEXANDER’S OIKOUMENE AND THE FOUNDATION OF ALEXANDRIA ................................. 154 TOPOGRAPHY OF ALEXANDRIA ........................................................................................................ 156 THE HARBOR AND THE ECONOMIC LIFE ........................................................................................ 187 ALEXANDRIA: BEACON OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE .............................................................. 190 PORTRAYING THE DEAD IN GRECO-ROMAN ALEXANDRIA: FUNERARY PRACTICES, ACCULTURATION AND IDENTITY ....................................................................................................... 216 ALEXANDER THE GREAT IN ALEXANDRIA, FROM ANTIQUITY UNTIL TODAY ....................... 232 PROCESSIONS IN EGYPT: INTERACTION AND CONTINUITY, FROM GRECO-ROMAN ANTIQUITY UNTIL TODAY ..................................................................................................................... 243 PUBLIC BATHS IN EGYPT. A DIACHRONIC CROSS-CULTURAL HABIT IN THE MEDITERRANEAN .................................................................................................................................. 261

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Final study of CulMe-WeOnCT project