2) On education in Berytus
, see Linda Jones Hall, Roman Berytus
: Beirut in Late Antiquity (London; New York: Routledge, 2004).
The Coast Road of Phoenicia and its Roman Milestones," Berytus
For the earlier period of legal studies at Beirut, Fergus Millar opts for the latter: `It is essential to stress that all our evidence up to the fourth century does indeed present the teaching and learning of Roman law as an aspect of the "rather more Roman" city that Berytus
was; and that we should speak of "law schools" rather than of "the Law School".
1964): "Hellenistic and Roman cuirassed statues: a supplement", Berytus
, 15, pp.
The popularity of the kontakion as dramatic homily in the hands of Romanos, both in his early years at Berytus
and later in his mature years at Constantinople, testifies to his success as preacher and exegete.
Muhly, `Homer and the Phoenicians', Berytus
19 (1970), 19-64; E.
As for the date, Parker opts for about 400, and he supposes that Codex Bezae has been written at Berytus
Copla is located on Park Avenue in Minat al-Hosn district of Downtown Beirut, in the Berytus
Parks Building, next to Plum boutique.