An Egypt-Dominican archaeological team which excavates a dig to look for the tombs of Cleopatra and Marc Antony has made important findings, said Friday doctor Kathleen Martinez, the Dominican embassy's Cultural attaché in that Arab country and the group’s leader.
Martinezsaid the findings were possible by the work of leading researchers and Egyptian technicians, who’ve worked for more than four years in a Ptolemaic temple in the outskirts of , where she believes Cleopatra and the Roman general are buried. “He had to be a moved to a point away from the city of Alexandria , to preserve the bodies of disgrace for the Romans, by then victorious agaisnt the queen and her ally.” Alexandria
Saturday, May 31, 2008
More re the search for Cleopatra