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by Archaeology Newsroom

The Tomb of Alabaster in Alexandria, Egypt. Some Observations

The Tomb of Alabaster , according to its established name lies in the easter edge of the ancient city and is part of an important funerary monument of the Ptolemaic Alexandria. It was found accidentaly in the beginning of the twentieth century (1907), it was excavated and studied originally by E. Breccia and later by A. adriani, who as a matter of fact, recostructed the monument around 1937.