History Hoax: Burning the ‘Library of Alexandria’ by John le Bon

The 'Library of Alexandria' is considered the greatest storage of wisdom the world has ever known, until it was 'accidentally burned by Julius Caesar during his civil war in 48 BC'.

Considered a catastrophic loss in cultural and economic terms, many of humanity's secrets of the past were supposedly lost to the annuals of time in this fire. Or so we have been told.

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The ‘Library of Alexandria’ is considered the greatest storage of wisdom the world has ever known, until it was ‘accidentally burned by Julius Caesar during his civil war in 48 BC’.

Considered a catastrophic loss in cultural and economic terms, many of humanity’s secrets of the past were supposedly lost to the annuals of time in this fire. Or so we have been told.

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