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Athenaeum

Hadrian's famous institution for the study of Greek rhetoric and letters in the centre of Rome. In the 4th cent. ce it was the setting for public declamation in Latin as well. Its location is uncertain.

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E. Harleman, Eranos 1981, 57 ff..Find this resource:

    M. Boatwright, Hadrian and the City of Rome (1987).Find this resource:

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