The closing down of the schools in Athens is often held up as the symbolic moment when the traditions of the classical world finally ended. It’s usually portrayed as the triumph of Christian intolerance over the cool-headed spirit of antiquity, a rising tide of anti-intellectualism that snuffed out the last vestiges of the Greco-Roman tradition. … Continue reading Why did Justinian close the Platonic Academy?
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