History of Alexandria (English Wikipedia)

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  • 9. Strabo, Geographica, XIV.5.13 ("With the Alexandrians, however, both things take place, for they admit1 many foreigners and also send not a few of their own citizens abroad"); quoted in Luciano Canfora, "The world in a scroll"; in Jacob & de Polignac (1992/2000); pp. 43–55.

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  • 1. "Alexandria, Egypt". World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved 2020-04-12.

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