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"While searching under the waves of Alexandria’s East Bay for Greek and Roman ruins, archaeologists discovered signs of building construction 700 years older than Alexander the Great’s invasion of Egypt. The conquerer founded Alexandria in 332 B.C." [National Geographic]

"While searching under the waves of Alexandria’s East Bay for Greek and Roman ruins, archaeologists discovered signs of building construction 700 years older than Alexander the Great’s invasion of Egypt. The conquerer founded Alexandria in 332 B.C." [National Geographic]

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