The rebirth of the Library of Alexandria
Collection titleSoir 3 journal
First broadcast date10/14/2002
AbstractReport on the library of Alexandria. Three centuries B.C, Alexanria was a home to the largest library of the ancient history. Ten years of work were required to build the new library with a capacity to accomodate 5 million books and which will be opened in two days. Important restoration works have begun on the most valuable books that have been scanned.
- France 3 - Own production
BroadcasterFTV - F3
- Serageldine Ismail
Primary themeWriting, graphic culture
- Historical heritages / Antiquity
- Tourism and cultural sites / Architecture
- Society and way of life / Public areas and social issues
Credits / Cast
- Rosengart Sophie - Journalist
Period of events
- Egypt - Lower Egypt - Alexandria
Media running time2m20
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