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  • Sharon Hutson

    Granite Head from Alexandria's, Egypt's ancient harbor.

  • KernowWitch

    Granite Head from Alexandria's Ancient Harbor. This granite head (80 cm) is attributed to Caesarion (Ptolemaios XV), son of Cleopatra VII and Julius Caesar

  • Katherine Estelle

    Heracleion: Submerged City of Ancient Egypt

  • Bea Mee

    REPIN: "Picture of Granite Head from Alexandria's Ancient Harbor" - i would love to go diving there. i usually am drawn to places with cool oceanic fauna, but to be able to see such ancient artifacts as they lay... wow.

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