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Pictures from Egypt's Sunken Treasures Exhibition in Berlin, Germany

See the spectacular Egyptian finds by Franck Goddio and crew in Berlin

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Marine archaeologist Franck Goddio has spent 10 years doing underwater excavations of lost Egyptian cities dating from the 7th century BC to the 8th century AD off the coast of the modern city of Alexandria and in the Bay of Aboukir. Those finds will be exhibited in Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin from May 13 to September 4, 2006.

Below are pictures of some of Goddio's spectacular finds over the years, including a black granite state, believed to represent the Ptolemaic queen Arsinoe II, in a diaphanous gown, all rendered in black granite, a spectacular achievement.

For more on the exhibition, see the excellent web site Egypt's Sunken Treasures. Click on the British flag to see the site in English.

For more on Franck Goddio, see the Franck Goddio Society site.

Enjoy these pictures from the Egypt's Sunken Treasures exhibition in Berlin.
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berlin exhibition, egypt, coutyardThe Courtyard of the Martin-Gropius-Bau with Egypt's Sunken Treasures Exhibitegyptian statues on barge, berlin, exhibitionPicture of Egyptian Statues on a Bargeblack granite statue, pictureIncredible Black Granite Statue black granite spinx, berlin, egypt exhibition, franck goddioFranck Goddio peers into the eyes of Ptolemaios XII
gold, plaque, berlin, exhibitionGold Plaque Picture from Egypt's Sunken Treasures Exhibit in Berlingranite head, picture, caesar, berlin, exhibitionPicture of Granite Head from Alexandria's Ancient Harbor
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