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    4:27 AM
    July 22nd, 2012
    The Destiny of Rome (Le Destin de Rome) debuted on French TV in June, 2011; it’s a 104-minute docudrama about the power struggle between Antony, Cleopatra, and Octavian, with dialogue in Greek and Latin (with French subtitles), expert commentary, and CGI recreations of Alexandria and the Battle of Actium.
Pawel Delag as Antony and Lilly Eido as Cleopatra.

from here! 


    The Destiny of Rome (Le Destin de Rome) debuted on French TV in June, 2011; it’s a 104-minute docudrama about the power struggle between Antony, Cleopatra, and Octavian, with dialogue in Greek and Latin (with French subtitles), expert commentary, and CGI recreations of Alexandria and the Battle of Actium.

    Pawel Delag as Antony and Lilly Eido as Cleopatra.

    from here

    10:53 PM
    February 3rd, 2012
    tinywaitress:

Antony returns to Alexandria.


    tinywaitress:

    Antony returns to Alexandria.

    (Source: tiny-librarian)

    11:42 PM
    January 28th, 2012
    I love Anthony Hopkins as the old Ptolemy Soter!!!

tinywaitress:

Anthony Hopkins as Ptolemy I in the movie Alexander, inside of the Library of Alexandria.


    I love Anthony Hopkins as the old Ptolemy Soter!!!

    tinywaitress:

    Anthony Hopkins as Ptolemy I in the movie Alexander, inside of the Library of Alexandria.

    (Source: tiny-librarian)

    3:50 PM
    November 25th, 2011
    tinywaitress:

This colossal head from grey granite has been identified as Caesarion,  son of Cleopatra and Caesar. It must have belonged to a statue as tall  as five meters and was discovered on the ancient coastline facing the  Antirhodos island.


original link here!


    tinywaitress:

    This colossal head from grey granite has been identified as Caesarion, son of Cleopatra and Caesar. It must have belonged to a statue as tall as five meters and was discovered on the ancient coastline facing the Antirhodos island.

    original link here!

    (Source: tiny-librarian)

    3:46 PM
    November 25th, 2011
    tinywaitress:

Antony greeting Cleopatra after arriving in Alexandria.
I love finding new/different pictures from this movie, it’s one of my favourites.


    tinywaitress:

    Antony greeting Cleopatra after arriving in Alexandria.

    I love finding new/different pictures from this movie, it’s one of my favourites.

    (Source: tiny-librarian)

    3:43 PM
    November 25th, 2011
    tinywaitress:

Antony making his way through the streets of Alexandria to the palace. This scene I find really cute actually, particularly how huffy Cleopatra is about him taking so long, and how Antony goes out of his way to be friendly with Caesarion.


    tinywaitress:

    Antony making his way through the streets of Alexandria to the palace. This scene I find really cute actually, particularly how huffy Cleopatra is about him taking so long, and how Antony goes out of his way to be friendly with Caesarion.

    (Source: tiny-librarian)

    3:44 AM
    November 18th, 2011
    tinywaitress:

Cleopatra, from the Graeco-Roman Museum in Alexandria


    tinywaitress:

    Cleopatra, from the Graeco-Roman Museum in Alexandria

    (Source: tiny-librarian)

    1:48 AM
    November 16th, 2011
    tinywaitress:

Archaeologists have pulled a massive pylon from the bay of Alexandria, Egypt, that was once a part Cleopatra’s royal complex. The pylon, a pillar of red granite  measuring 2.2 meters long and weighing nine tons, formed part of the  temple of Isis and stood right next to Cleopatra’s mausoleum in the year  30 BC. These and other building sank into the harbor during a series of  earthquakes more than a thousand years ago


original link here!


    tinywaitress:

    Archaeologists have pulled a massive pylon from the bay of Alexandria, Egypt, that was once a part Cleopatra’s royal complex.

    The pylon, a pillar of red granite measuring 2.2 meters long and weighing nine tons, formed part of the temple of Isis and stood right next to Cleopatra’s mausoleum in the year 30 BC. These and other building sank into the harbor during a series of earthquakes more than a thousand years ago

    original link here!

    (Source: tiny-librarian)

    7:31 PM
    November 15th, 2011

    Inside the Alexandria’s library

    (Agora)

    7:27 PM
    November 15th, 2011

    Museion, where was also the library!

    (Agora)