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By Gocha R. Tsestkhladze

This quantity offers with the concept that of 'West' and 'East', as held by means of the traditional Greeks. Cultural trade in Archaic and Classical Greece throughout the institution of Hellenic colonies round the historical international used to be an immense improvement, and continually a two-way method. to accomplish a formal figuring out of it calls for examine from each attitude. All 24 papers during this quantity mix sorts of proof, discussing them from each point of view: they're tested not just from the viewpoint of the Greeks yet from that of the locals. The publication provides new info, in addition to re-examining current facts and reinterpreting outdated theories. The publication is richly illustrated.

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P. seventy nine. ninety one w 32 Ü. M. BON<;ARD-I. KVIN In his report back to the Russian Academy of Sciences, RostovtzefF particularly pointed out his participation within the Congress of teachers no longer as an authentic consultant, yet semi-official. As a personal individual, he was once invited by means of the Secretary of the Congress of lecturers, the Director of the Bibliothcquc Nationale T h . Hormolle to the second one Congress (October 1919) even though in his letter to Tyrkova-VVilliams RostovtzefF wrote, that he "received an imitation for the following convention of the lecturers of the allied nations as an reliable consultant of the Russian Academy". '" within the record of the second one Congress of the Union of the Academies (Paris, 15-18 October 1919; the conferences happened within the Bibliothcquc Nationale) it really is suggested that Prof. M. RostovtzefF, a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, was once the reputable consultant of the Russian Academy. The delegation from U S A (Boston Academy) used to be lead through VV. -H. Buckler, with whom RostovtzefF had met a couple of months previous through the Paris Peace convention (Buckler used to be one of many leaders of the yankee delegation for the negotiations; a lot later Rostovtzcff took half within the quantity released in W . H . Buckler's honour); ** England used to be represented by way of the President of the British Academy Prof. Sir F . G . Kenyon, France, by means of the eminent Indologist E. Senart and T . Homolle, Belgium, via the nice historian-mediaevalist H . Pircnne, whom he met on the Brussels Congress of Historians, the eminent professional in antiquity, a good pal of RostovtzeflPs G . De Sanctis glance half within the Italian delegation. RostovtzefF in Iiis deal with greeting the Congress on behalf of the Russian Academy of Sciences, acknowledged that, as he used to be unable to get involved with the prime physique of the Academy in individual, he isn't to be thought of an reputable consultant, yet he leaves the Academy the ideal sooner or later to announce formally its becoming a member of the Union. in the course of the Congress, a brand new Statute of the Union of Academies was once accredited. It was once vitally important to RostovtzefT for my part that the Congress followed a solution approximately foreign tasks in epigraphy, Greek inscriptions, the education of a map of the Roman international, the compilation of a lexicon of Greek structure, the ebook of Greek and Initio ninety five nine ninety seven '" Bakhmctcv archive. number of A. V. Tyrkova-Williams. field 2. Folder with no dale; at the letter there's just a date 20 June. The 12 months is apparent from the content material, 1919. CompU-rendu de los angeles Seconde convention Academique {Paris 1920) 2. '"' a few comments on financial and advertisement coverage of the Sclcucids and Attalids. In Anatolian reports awarded to William Hepburn liuck/er (London 1939) 277 298. ninety nine Ibid. three. M. I. ROSTOV I / . ok H IN E N G L A N D 33 papyri (first of all from Oxyrynchus), the production of a corpus of historical vases. Rostovtzeff, including Buckler. Brenne and Homolle, used to be given definitely the right to talk on the remaining consultation of the Congress. '' In H . Williams' archive within the division of Manuscripts within the British Library, is saved the unique textual content of the memorandum composed through Rostovtzeff, approximately foreign highbrow contacts of the allied COÜÖtries.

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