Rhakotis Historians generally agree that Rhakotis, or Râ-Kedet, was a settlement established before the fourth century B.C. in the area subsequently developed as Alexandria.Aug 4, 2007
"In Alexandria itself," writes Nur, "both historical records and archaeological evidence of collapse have shown that the city was devastated both onshore and offshore by an earthquake in the mid- to late-eighth century A.D., and by one or two earlier earthquakes sometime during the period 200 to 600 A.D."
The main causes of poverty in Egypt are widespread inequality caused by government corruption, a lack of employment opportunities, and an inadequate education system. Leading into the 2011 Egyptian revolution, widespread corruption was prevalent among the Egyptian government led by Hosni Mubarak.Jul 16, 2017
It's a stunning city full of amazing things to do based on the North coast of Egypt. It felt so good to breathe in fresh air and you could see the Mediterranean sea for miles. Today, Alexandria is Egypt's second largest city and boasts a thriving port along its 32 kilometres of coastline.Aug 1, 2020
If the Library of Alexandria had never been destroyed and continued accumulating the knowledge of the world until this day, the world would be very different I think. , History Nerd! A vast amount of knowledge is lost due to the destruction of library of Alexandria.
Literally. If you happen to find yourself in Cairo and have one more day to spare, Alexandria in Egypt is worth a visit. Unlike Giza, it does not have momentous monuments like the Pyramids to show for, but it does have a great waterfront view, and is a refuge from the chaos of downtown Cairo.Aug 28, 2016
8) The ancient library of Alexandria was destroyed on two different occasions. The original library branch was located at the royal palace at Alexandria, near the harbor. When Julius Caesar intervened in the civil war between Cleopatra and Ptolemy XIII, Caesar set fire to the ships in the harbor.Feb 4, 2019
The Story of the Library of Alexandria Is Mostly a Legend, But the Lesson of Its Burning Is Still Crucial Today. The greatest library ever assembled by the great civilizations of the ancient world—containing a vast ocean of knowledge now lost to us forever—was incinerated on a great pyre of papyrus.Nov 17, 2020