Alexandria’s Library Was Famous for a Thousand Years

By Prophecy in the News - September 13, 2017 at 08:12PM

The Royal Library at Alexandria, Egypt, was the most famous in the ancient world for nearly a thousand years. It contained half a million volumes – handwritten on parchment. The city was built by the Greek architect Dinocrates (332-331 B.C.), by order of Alexander the Great, immortalizing his name, and spreading Greek culture throughout the known […] The post Alexandria’s Library Was Famous for a Thousand Years appeared first on Prophecy in the News.

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