W. L. Westermann

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William Linn Westermann (natus anno 1873, obiit anno 1954) fuit rerum gestarum scriptor, anno 1919 legatus C. F. A. apud Deliberationem de pace componenda Lutetiae factam, anno 1944 praeses Consociationis Historicae Americanae.

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  • "Aelius Gallus and the reorganization of the irrigation system of Egypt under Augustus" in Classical Philology vol. 12 (1917) p. 237 ff.
  • "The Papyri and the Chronology of the Reign of the Emperor Probus" in Aegyptus vol. 1 (1920) pp. 297-301.
  • "The Armenian problem and the disruption of Turkey" in What really happened at Paris; the story of the Peace Conference, 1918-1919, by American delegates; ed. E. M. House, C. Seymour. New York: Scribner, 1921.
  • "The Castanet Dancers of Arsinoe" in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, July 1924.[1]
  • The Slave Systems of Greek and Roman Antiquity. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1955. ISBN 0-87169-040-3

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  1. 'Writing in the Journal of Egyptian Archaeology for July 1924, on "The Castanet Dancers of Arsinoe," Professor W.L. Westermann of Cornell University says: "Among the members of the Dionysiae guild at Ptolemais we find listed a cithara player, a singer to cithara accompaniment, a dancer, a flageolet player for tragic performances, and trumpeter" (page 143).'The Builder Magazine - March 1928 apud www.phoenixmasonry.org

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