Alexandria beyond the Myth Abstract To use Jac Smit's words. the "enigma of Alexandna" evinces a periodical need to relnvent an ad Aegyptum geographical role for the city: close enough to Egypt to benefit from the country's resources; far enough to preserve its independent Identity." It is just the recurring nature of this problem - a strategic project for the city. for its Infrastructures, resources for industry. its trading relations and sociaI cohesion - thal makes of .AIexandria such an important point of observation for continuing urban research. Alexandria and Its surroundings: the sea. the lake. the Delta, the desert with all the potential force of Its millenary history and civilization.

Accessibility and Mediterranean roles for the Port of Alexandri

DONATO, VINCENZO
2009-01-01

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Alexandria beyond the Myth Abstract To use Jac Smit's words. the "enigma of Alexandna" evinces a periodical need to relnvent an ad Aegyptum geographical role for the city: close enough to Egypt to benefit from the country's resources; far enough to preserve its independent Identity." It is just the recurring nature of this problem - a strategic project for the city. for its Infrastructures, resources for industry. its trading relations and sociaI cohesion - thal makes of .AIexandria such an important point of observation for continuing urban research. Alexandria and Its surroundings: the sea. the lake. the Delta, the desert with all the potential force of Its millenary history and civilization.
Alexandria Beyond the Mith Architecture Archaelogy Urban Change
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Architecture; Archaelogy; Urban Change; Accessibilty; Intermodality; Urban Planning
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