Ancient university dig

May 28, 2004

Polish archaeologists this week announced they had unearthed the remains of the world's earliest university in the Egyptian city of Alexandria. The team found the remains of 13 lecture halls, thought to have been part of the Library of Alexandria, one of the ancient wonders of the world, founded about 300BC.

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