Ancient Libraries in Rome w. Dr. Stephanie Ann Frampton

Roman libraries began being built in the 1st century BCE and held a variety of Latin and Greek texts. Classicist and a co-chair at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. Stephanie Frampton, joins the show to share what’s known about early libraries in the City of Rome.

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