6 comments on “Aleksandriasta tuli suurkaupunki

  1. I would like to ask for all posts to be sent to me in English as I can then read them Thank you for your help nic I look forward to continuing to receive posts

  2. Hello,

    This is an interesting post. It adds to my knowledge and is useful for me to understand more the Hellenistic world. I am now working on a book project which is set in the Hellenistic world. Some of the excerpts from the book project have been published in my blog, and the latest one is published as well, entitled ‘A Poet to Sing Your Heart’. The character is someone who went to Alexandria during his youth, so your information about Alexandria in this post is very useful. The character learned poetry from Callimachus and others and I wonder whether you are familiar with Callimachis. Once again, thank you for your post, I hope you continue the great job you have been working on. 🙂

    Here, I also would like to kindly thank you for following my blog. My mission is to serve humanity through the written word, and my blog is the avenue where it all starts.

    If you are inclined to reading inspirational, soul-uplifting poems and short stories, I would like to kindly invite you to take a virtual tour in my blog and find any posts that might be of interest to you.
    It is my hope that some of my posts find a place in your heart and are of any use to you, as they are to others. Thank you again for your interest, many blessings and much love to you. 🙂

    Subhan Zein

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