Graeco-Roman Museum

From: Egypt Travel Guide

See also: Castle Of QaitbayRoman Amphitheater


Graeco-Roman Museum, Egypt
The Graeco-Roman Museum was founded in 1892 and has many important pieces inside that provide a great insight into Egypt's Greek and Roman history between the 3rd to the 7th century AD.

There are around 27 rooms at the museum that cover several centuries of history with examples such as a life size statue of the sacred Apis Bull as well as several ancient coins, beautiful jewelry, mosaics, many carved sarcophagi and a wonderful collection of detailed statue's such as that of Serapis.

Attraction Location Guide
The museum is 8 kilometers east of the Castle of Qaitbay, Alexandria.