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Ambre Lizurey 15 Nov 17
"History is our playground" remember? Well on , we push that even further. team rocks.
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Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad 23 Feb 18
Replying to @Mentor_Assassin
Instead, they called it Ra-qed, “the building” as a mark of disdain, which was later Hellenised into Rhaktois. Despite this, the name Alexandria would remain.
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A New Begining 21 Feb 18
Try the new You can experience an Ancient Egyptian open world as a living museum.Follow illuminated pathways,with stations that showcase the histories of Egypt's landmarks,geography and day-to-day activities of its people and lives of its historical figures.
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Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad 23 Feb 18
Alexandria: Planning of the City Alexandria was most likely built upon an already existing Egyptian Village. Upon its completion, the Egyptian reviled the city, refusing to call it by its founder’s name.
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Etienne Allonier Jun 18
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A Misthios In Training Oct 9
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Sᗩᖇᗩᕼ🎨 12 Mar 18
This would have made school so much more fucking interesting omg.
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Ar☇hock Jul 9
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Victor Tangermann 29 Mar 18
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Sᗩᖇᗩᕼ🎨 12 Mar 18
Shout out to ya girl for being a badass female in since 350AD. Greek philsopher, mathematician, astronomer and inventor.
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Only PS Screenshots Sep 17
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SANGRE 22 Feb 18
'Discovery Tour' la materia de la que están hechos los sueños de todo egiptólogo
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A Misthios In Training Oct 9
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