Photo 1: Head of a pharaoh found in a dive off Egypt’s coast of Alexandria (Could not find a photo source or much more information)
Photo 2: 1.9 m-tall Heracleion stele commissioned by Nectanebo I in 378-362 BC. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 3: A red granite statue of the god Hapi, which was once to be found in the sunken temple of Heracleion. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 4: 4.9m statue of a Ptolemaic, produced from red granite and also found near the sunken temple Heracleion. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 5: A sphinx located off the shoreline of Alexandria, Egypt it is believed to be from the sunken remains of Cleopatra’s palace. The ruins of the palace were thought be last seen over 1500 years ago and it is suspected by experts to have gone water due to earthquakes. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Additional information:
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/raising-alexandria-151005550/?all
http://www.franckgoddio.org/homepage.html
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Photo 1: Head of a pharaoh found in a dive off Egypt’s coast of Alexandria (Could not find a photo source or much more information)
Photo 2: 1.9 m-tall Heracleion stele commissioned by Nectanebo I in 378-362 BC. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 3: A red granite statue of the god Hapi, which was once to be found in the sunken temple of Heracleion. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 4: 4.9m statue of a Ptolemaic, produced from red granite and also found near the sunken temple Heracleion. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 5: A sphinx located off the shoreline of Alexandria, Egypt it is believed to be from the sunken remains of Cleopatra’s palace. The ruins of the palace were thought be last seen over 1500 years ago and it is suspected by experts to have gone water due to earthquakes. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Additional information:
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/raising-alexandria-151005550/?all
http://www.franckgoddio.org/homepage.html
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Photo 1: Head of a pharaoh found in a dive off Egypt’s coast of Alexandria (Could not find a photo source or much more information)
Photo 2: 1.9 m-tall Heracleion stele commissioned by Nectanebo I in 378-362 BC. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 3: A red granite statue of the god Hapi, which was once to be found in the sunken temple of Heracleion. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 4: 4.9m statue of a Ptolemaic, produced from red granite and also found near the sunken temple Heracleion. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 5: A sphinx located off the shoreline of Alexandria, Egypt it is believed to be from the sunken remains of Cleopatra’s palace. The ruins of the palace were thought be last seen over 1500 years ago and it is suspected by experts to have gone water due to earthquakes. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Additional information:
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/raising-alexandria-151005550/?all
http://www.franckgoddio.org/homepage.html
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Photo 1: Head of a pharaoh found in a dive off Egypt’s coast of Alexandria (Could not find a photo source or much more information)
Photo 2: 1.9 m-tall Heracleion stele commissioned by Nectanebo I in 378-362 BC. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 3: A red granite statue of the god Hapi, which was once to be found in the sunken temple of Heracleion. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 4: 4.9m statue of a Ptolemaic, produced from red granite and also found near the sunken temple Heracleion. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 5: A sphinx located off the shoreline of Alexandria, Egypt it is believed to be from the sunken remains of Cleopatra’s palace. The ruins of the palace were thought be last seen over 1500 years ago and it is suspected by experts to have gone water due to earthquakes. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Additional information:
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/raising-alexandria-151005550/?all
http://www.franckgoddio.org/homepage.html
Zoom Info
Photo 1: Head of a pharaoh found in a dive off Egypt’s coast of Alexandria (Could not find a photo source or much more information)
Photo 2: 1.9 m-tall Heracleion stele commissioned by Nectanebo I in 378-362 BC. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 3: A red granite statue of the god Hapi, which was once to be found in the sunken temple of Heracleion. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 4: 4.9m statue of a Ptolemaic, produced from red granite and also found near the sunken temple Heracleion. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Photo 5: A sphinx located off the shoreline of Alexandria, Egypt it is believed to be from the sunken remains of Cleopatra’s palace. The ruins of the palace were thought be last seen over 1500 years ago and it is suspected by experts to have gone water due to earthquakes. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)
Additional information:
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/raising-alexandria-151005550/?all
http://www.franckgoddio.org/homepage.html
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Photo 1: Head of a pharaoh found in a dive off Egypt’s coast of Alexandria (Could not find a photo source or much more information)

Photo 2: 1.9 m-tall Heracleion stele commissioned by Nectanebo I in 378-362 BC. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)

Photo 3: A red granite statue of the god Hapi, which was once to be found in the sunken temple of Heracleion. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)

Photo 4: 4.9m statue of a Ptolemaic, produced from red granite and also found near the sunken temple Heracleion. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)

Photo 5: A sphinx located off the shoreline of Alexandria, Egypt it is believed to be from the sunken remains of Cleopatra’s palace. The ruins of the palace were thought be last seen over 1500 years ago and it is suspected by experts to have gone water due to earthquakes. (Photo by Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation)

Additional information:

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/raising-alexandria-151005550/?all

http://www.franckgoddio.org/homepage.html

Although this quote is widely referenced to Plato, it actually is attributed to an author and theologian by the name of Ian Maclaren (pseudonym of Rev. John Watson). The wording of the quote above is the one that is familiar to most people, although is not exactly consonant with its original form. For more background info, check out the link below.
 http://quoteinvestigator.com/2010/06/29/be-kind/
More info on Ian Maclaren (below):
https://archive.org/details/ianmaclarenlife01nicogoog

Although this quote is widely referenced to Plato, it actually is attributed to an author and theologian by the name of Ian Maclaren (pseudonym of Rev. John Watson). The wording of the quote above is the one that is familiar to most people, although is not exactly consonant with its original form. For more background info, check out the link below.

http://quoteinvestigator.com/2010/06/29/be-kind/

More info on Ian Maclaren (below):

https://archive.org/details/ianmaclarenlife01nicogoog