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New Library of Alexandria

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The New Library of Alexandria is a creative colloquium founded by and created for postgraduate Classics students at the University of Glasgow. The group aims to create and engage in personal creative projects anchored in the ancient world. This allows its members to interact with history in new ways and expand their skill sets. Like… Continue reading

Cleopatra VII’s Lost Mammisi and the work of Ralph Bodenstein

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by Kirsten Blackham (Classics PhD, University of Glasgow) While the search for Cleopatra’s tomb has been a central point of interest for archaeological research in the Ptolemaic period, there seems to be a curious lack of interest in the recovery of her Mammisi (or birth-temple) at Armant (ancient Hermonthis). Cleopatra VII’s Armant Mammisi is a… Continue reading