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The Major Regions of Egypt编辑

Bringer of Life, The Nile River编辑

Deserts of Egypt编辑

The Qattara Depression编辑


The Faiyum编辑

The City of Memphis编辑

Rediscovering Egypt编辑


Fauna of Ancient Egypt编辑

Flora of Ancient Egypt编辑

Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs编辑

Jean-François Champollion编辑

The Founding of Cyrene编辑

The Agora & Thermal Baths编辑

The Temple of Zeus in Cyrene编辑

Important Monuments of Cyrene编辑

The Acropolis of Cyrene编辑

The Gladiator Arena编辑

Major Exports of Cyrene编辑


The Origin of the Pyramid编辑

The Step Pyramid Complex of Djoser编辑

Inside Djoser's Step Pyramid编辑

Sneferu's First Pyramid编辑

The Bent Pyramid of Dahshur编辑

The Red Pyramid of Dahshur编辑

Pyramids of the Middle Kingdom编辑

An Overview of The Giza Necropolis编辑

The Riddles of the Sphinx编辑

Khufu's Funerary Complex编辑

The Secrets of the Great Pyramid编辑

The Great Pyramid: Subterranean Chamber编辑

The Great Pyramid of Giza: Upper Chambers编辑

Jean-Pierre Houdin's Theories编辑

Khafre's Funerary Complex编辑

Menkaure's Funerary Complex编辑


The Greek Pharaohs编辑

Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt编辑

The Siege of Alexandria编辑

Introduction to Alexandria编辑

Alexandria: Planning of the City编辑

Learn about the design and layout of the city of Alexandria.

  • Narrator: Alexander's plan to build his great city began with a verse from Homer's Odyssey. "There is, in front of Egypt, in the sea with many swells, an island called Pharos." Guided by these clues, Alexander the Great founded his future city at the western end of the Nile Delta.

  • Narrator: Though Alexander considered this location ideal for his great city, it presented considerable challenges. Too difficult to access during storms, the surrounding swamps threatened disease, and the limestone soil prevented the growth of healthy crops. However, due to the influence of his mentor Aristotle, Alexander the Great recognized that the true value was its strategic emplacement. Alexander knew that in controlling Pelusium to the east, Memphis to the south and his crowning glory, Alexandria to the west, he would create a triangular stronghold allowing him to control the entire Delta while giving him access to the Mediterranean.

  • Narrator: The great walls of Alexandria had a humble beginning. Lacking chalk to outline the future city's foundations, architects were forced to use flour instead. Clouds of migrating birds swept down and ate the flour, erasing the plans. This prompted Alexander to seek guidance from the oracles, who reassured him that his future city was destined to feed a large population.

  • Narrator: Excavations led by Mahmoud bey El-Falaki in the 19th century revealed that the wall enclosure measured approximately 5.2 kilometers in length, and 2.2 kilometers in width. It was roughly 9 meters in height.

  • Narrator: These formidable ancient walls would resist a number of attacks, including fending off the king of Syria in 169 BCE. It wasn't until 295 CE that they eventually fell to Roman Emperor Diocletian, and this only after eight months of relentless assault.

  • Narrator: Alexandria's principle architect, Deinokrates, chose a Hippodamian grid plan. The grid maximized functionality, with wide straight roads and canals running beneath them. Alexander recognized the military value of the city's design. The wide parallel streets gave him optimal surveilance of the city while allowing the unobstructed flow of troops.

  • Narrator: A central corridor ran from the Mediterranean's north port down to Lake Mareotis to the south. This thoroughfare acted as an unobstructed link for commercial trade and travel between the two ports. Many of the streets were bordered with grand buildings and parks, including the Canopic Street with its impressive gate bordering the eastern end.

  • Narrator: Alexandria was most likely built upon an already existing Egyptian village. Upon its completion, the Egyptians reviled the city, refusing to call it by its founder's name. Instead, they called it Ra-qed, "the building." as a mark of disdain, which was later Hellenized into Rhakotis. Despite this, the name Alexandria would remain.

Alexandria: A Commercial Hub编辑

Alexandria, City of Celebration编辑

Education in Alexandria编辑

The Great Library of Alexandria编辑

The Mouseion of Alexandria编辑

The Serapeion of Alexandria编辑

The Islands of Pharos编辑

The Paneion编辑

The Hippodrome of Alexandria编辑

Daily Life编辑

Osiris, The First Mummy编辑

Mummies of Ancient Egypt编辑

The Importance of Mummies编辑

Amulets & Rituals编辑

Temples & Rituals of Ancient Egypt编辑

Temples And Priests编辑

Building Ancient Egypt编辑

Workers & Transport编辑

Agriculture & Seasons编辑

Ancient Egyptian Cultivation编辑

Domesticated Animals of Ancient Egypt编辑

Ancient Egyptian Medicine编辑

Leather & Linen in Ancient Egypt编辑

Ancient Egyptian Fashions编辑

Artisans of Ancient Egypt编辑

Evolution of Pottery in Ancient Egypt编辑

The Egyptian Household编辑

Beer & Bread编辑

Wine in Ancient Egypt编辑

Oil in Ancient Egypt编辑


Roman Military Equipment编辑

Roman Forts编辑

The Forts of Cyrenaica编辑

Roman Aqueducts编辑



  • Bayek of Siwa
  • Aya of Alexandria
  • Julius Caesar
  • Cleopatra VII Philopator
  • William Miles
  • Layla Hassan
  • Ptolemy XIII Theos Philopator
  • Khemu of Siwa
  • Shadya of Euhemeria
  • Reda the Merchant
  • Hasina of Yamu
  • Actor
  • Egyptian Woman
  • Egyptian Nobleman
  • Egyptian Noblewoman
  • Roman SOldier
  • Greek Nobleman
  • Greek Noblewoman
  • Greek Man
  • Greek Woman
  • Ptolemaic Soldier
  • Bayek with Egyptian Hedj
  • Bayek with Egyptian Narok
  • Bayek as a Persian Commander




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