Welcome to the Arsinoe Library. The Arsinoe Library is a publisher and research center for culture, theology, history, and other topics. Our goal is to make these works accessible to modern audiences with research and enhanced narratives. We are a part of the Derkomai religious society (D.R.S.).
The primary mission of Arsinoe Library is to publish classical literature and historical epics through a prism of scholarship that makes the narratives accessible to a modern audience while preserving the historical content. This requires a fine balance between original text, contemporary articles, and commentaries that highlight elements of the narrative and add supporting research on historical topics a modern reader would not otherwise be well-informed. The result is a published classical work that unfolds at a level of enjoyment as experienced by the original audience.
The true measure of any progress is knowledge. As we conduct research into Arsinoe Library’s many publications, sources uncovered and utilized are added to the Encyclopaedia of Primary Sources and made available for other researchers and scholars. It is our way of contributing to the collective knowledge and for those wishing to have a deeper understanding of the topics we research. A premium is placed on primary sources, but if the topic of research is sufficiently historical or obscure, sometimes secondary and even tertiary sources will be catalogued within the encyclopaedia.
British withdrawal from North Holland, 1799, by Dutch artist Jan Anthonie Langendijk. Evacuation of the British and Russian troops at the end of the Anglo-Russian invasion of Holland in 1799 from Den Helder. This military campaign was conducted from 27 August to 19 November 1799 during the War of the Second Coalition, in which an expeditionary force of British and Russian troops …
19th century painting of the Battle of the Lizard by French artist Jean Antoine Théodore Gudin. The naval Battle of the Lizard (French: Combat du Cap Lézard) took place on 21 October 1707 during the War of the Spanish Succession near Lizard Point, Cornwall, between two French squadrons under René Duguay-Trouin and Claude de Forbin …
Part of the Mediterranean Fleet moored in Grand Harbour, Malta in 1860. Because of the long exposure time, any people or objects moving at the time haven’t registered, making this bustling port seem strangely deserted.
The Arsinoe Library is a publisher and research center for culture, theology, history, and other topics. Our goal is to make these works accessible to modern audiences with research and enhanced narratives. We are a part of the Derkomai religious society (D.R.S.).
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