Bibliotheca

(Latin) Study (as in room in a house); there was a bibliotheca in the Temple of Augustus in Rome which held a large statue of Apollo, according to Pliny the Elder.
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bibliotheca

[n] - a collection of books
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Bibliotheca

Bib`li·o·the'ca noun [ Latin See Bibliotheke .] A library.
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bibliotheca

noun a collection of books
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Bibliotheca

• (n.) A library.
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bibliotheca

bibliotheca 1. A collection of books or treatises, a library. 2. A bibliographer`s catalog. 3. A catalog of books. 4. The Scriptures, the Bible.
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Bibliotheca

[Photius] The Bibliotheca or Myriobiblon was a 9th century work of Byzantine Patriarch Photius, dedicated to his brother and composed of 279 reviews of books which he had read. It was not meant to be used as a reference work, but was widely used as such in the 9th century, and is generally seen as the first Byzantine work that could be call
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Bibliotheca

[Pseudo-Apollodorus] The Bibliotheca (Βιβλιοθήκη, Bibliothēkē, "library"), in three books, provides a comprehensive summary of traditional Greek mythology and heroic legends, "the most valuable mythographical work that has come down from ancient times," Aubrey Diller observed, whose "stultifying purpose" was neatly expressed in
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