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We all know about Alexandria, one of the greatest cities of the classical world, with its great Library and fabled Lighthouse. But Heracleion? A great port and religious centre at the mouth of the Nile, it was mentioned by the likes of Herodotus, but at some point it vanished, and its location became unknown.

  1. Like Wiles

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  1. Lucy Blue

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Swallowed By The Sea: Ancient Egypt's Greatest Lost City
Swallowed By The Sea: Ancient Egypt's Greatest Lost City

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  • October 15, 2014
    PG
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    All ages admitted, but certain scenes may be unsuitable for young children. May contain mild language and sex/drugs references. May contain moderate violence if justified by context (e.g. fantasy).

Original Language English

Runtime 0h 59m

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