Rhakotis is an online magazine for all things to do with Greco-Roman Egypt and beyond.
Rhakotis is the first place to go for information, reviews of exhibitions, new books and films, and discussion on the legacy of Greco-Roman Egypt. It examines both the history and the enduring influence of Greco-Roman Egypt in all it many ways.
What does Rhakotis mean?
Rhakotis is the former name of the fishing city on which the City of Alexandria was built. Alexandria was the greatest City the ancient world knew. It was built on enterprise, cosmopolitanism and the knowledge industries. Here cultures met and influenced each other for a 1,000 years.
MA (UCL). Editor of Rhakotis. Interested in the intersections and connections between cultures.
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