Saturday, September 22, 2018
Libyan Antiquities: Silently Watching for Over a Millennium
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I visited Lybia i 1976 and I was so impressed by the antiquities.ReplyDelete
I whish peace and understanding for all suffering people in your country!
Lybia has artifacts that make Egyptian artifacts look like child's play. Half of your country is one huge sculpture. I can show you.ReplyDelete