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Hellenistic period: Alexandria

Hellenistic period: Alexandria

Alexander the Great founded a number of new cities as administrative centres in which Greek culture blended with Egyptian and Persian influences.




Alexandria, egyiptomi, Perzsia, hellén, history, Egyiptom, Görögország, ókor, kultúra, könyvtár

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