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British Museum EA 886. Photograph courtesy British Museum. 41 bce. 60 chapter two Bonacasa terminal histories and arthurian solutions Fig. 1. Nubian vendor with monkey. Bronze. Athens, National Archaeological Museum. 31 60 chapter two Fig. 2. Nubian singing. Basalt. Athens, National Archaeological Museum. terminal histories and arthurian solutions 31 Fig. 3. Fragment of a statuette of an old woman. Marble. Sabratha, Favisse del Capitolium. 60 chapter two Fig. 4. Statue of an old fisherman. Marble.
See also Rozman 1973, 296 for a total of 1 million for creating a metropolis 11 1000000 800000 600000 400000 200000 15 20 15 40 15 60 15 80 16 00 16 20 16 40 16 60 16 80 17 00 17 20 17 40 17 60 17 80 18 00 0 Figure 7. The growth of early modern London. Source: Wrigley (1987) 162. In order to put this pattern into perspective, we may once again draw on the example of early modern London as the prime example of continuous growth (Figure 7). As opposite extremes of metropolitan development, these two cases may serve as limiting cases bounding the spectrum of the historically plausible.
There are many more things we would need to know to get an idea of how Alexandria ‘worked’: the organisation of its supplies, its impact on other cities beyond Memphis, the extent to which elite spending shifted to the new centre, and how the driving forces behind the secondary expansion of the city diﬀered from the original ones. The question of how the apparent expansion of the Jewish element in the city’s population in the late Ptolemaic and early Roman periods might have interfered with the proposed S-shape of the metropolitan growth curve is another issue worth considering.