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By deciding to now create the Berytus Nutrix Legum Prize as a "Legal Nobel", with a cash prize of $1 million (Dh3.
However, this does not mean that his rhetorical training in Berytus went to waste.
Such reports seem to be comparable to the travelers' tales in which a milestone north of Roman Berytus was called the "Pedestal of the Dog" from its position within a square recess of a pedestal cut into bedrock; see Goodchild 1948-1949, pp.
Cavafy's poetry echoes no School of Athens, indeed, but recalls instead the glories of the ancient school of Alexandria, reiterating the doctrines and practice of Callimachus and the Neoterics certainly, but even more the exquisite work of the epigrammatists of the city and of its literary satellites--Cos, Samos, Rhodes, Cyrene, Gadara, Berytus, Sicily, and Magna Graecia--throughout the eastern Mediterranean.
Callahan returns to the question of `The Origin of the Codex Bezae' and, on the basis of the scribe's poor knowledge of both Greek and Latin, he contests places like Sicily, Lyon, or Berytus, preferring Egypt as the place of origin.
As Fergus Millar has observed, `Of all the Roman coloniae of [the Near East], only one, Berytus,.
Koufiya, Janna, Berytus and DIN Next are trademarks of Linotype GmbH and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.
Chapter three overviews the major cities of the Phoenician diaspora, starting with the entities on the Phoenician mainland (Arwad, Berytus, Byblos, Sarepta, Sidon, and Tyre) and expanding further out to Phoenician colonies (Carthage, Gades, Kition, Motya, and Utica).
Tony Ycoub waxed a bit patriotic in his collection, entitled "The Spirit of Berytus" -- Berytus being the Greek word for Beirut.
1959): "Hellenistic and Roman cuirassed statues", Berytus, 13, pp.