Athenaeus

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Athenaeus

(ăth'ənē`əs), fl. c.200, Greek writer, b. Naucratis, Egypt. His anthological work, the Deipnosophistae (Banquet of the Sophists), is a collection of anecdotes and excerpts from ancient writers whose works are otherwise lost.
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He begins research on the project, searching for Stelios, a Greek obsessed with Alexander, who believes his tomb is under the Greek cafe Athenaios in Alexandria.
This well-known anecdote mirrors the fact that there was some memory among the Greeks of close contacts between the Hellenistic world and India some four hundred years before the time of Athenaios or of the slightly older Hegesander.
The Athenaios family let out the villa and various apartments nearby.
ho autos Thoukudides Athenaios the-same-Thucydides-[Athenian.