By deciding to now create the Berytus
Nutrix Legum Prize as a "Legal Nobel", with a cash prize of $1 million (Dh3.67 million) was, therefore, not only a worthy international award, but also an affirmation of rights and privileges.
"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".' `The Roman colonies of the Near East.
(1964): "Hellenistic and Roman cuirassed statues: a supplement", Berytus
, 15, pp.
Tony Ycoub waxed a bit patriotic in his collection, entitled "The Spirit of Berytus
" -- Berytus
being the Greek word for Beirut.
Como prolongacion de este culto que nos ocupa, en el siglo Ir a.C., hemos seguido la pista de un caso interesante a senalar: se trata de una congregacion de comerciantes y navegantes de Berytus
(ciudad fenicia situada en la costa oriental del Mediterraneo, entre Biblos y Sidon) acogidos al patronazgo de Poseidon de su villa originaria, un Poseidon fenicio, y que habian creado un recinto en Delos para servir de sede a su cofradia.
'Epigraphy and village life in southern Syria during the Roman and Early Byzantine periods.' Berytus
Sader, "Phoenician Stelae from Tyre," Berytus
39 (1991): 101-26; Sader, "Phoenician Stelae from Tyre (continued)," Studi Epigrafici e Linguistici 9 (1992): 53-79; M.
Copla is located on Park Avenue in Minat al-Hosn district of Downtown Beirut, in the Berytus
Parks Building, next to Plum boutique.