In Alexandria, Egypt, archaeologists discover what they believe to be the site of the Library of Alexandria.
The Polish-Egyptian team has been excavating in the Bruchion region and have discovered what they think appears to be lecture halls or auditoriums. Each of the rooms have an elevated podium for a lecturer to stand on.
Zahi Hawass, president of Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, says:
"It is the first time ever that such a complex of lecture halls has been uncovered on any Greco-Roman site in the whole Mediterranean area. It is perhaps the oldest university in the world."