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Libraries Destroyed and Free Thinking
Snuffed Out by a Suppressive Church
    The greatest collection of ancient knowledge ever assembled was housed in Egypt's famous Alexandrian Museum and Library, an extensive collection of buildings, which could be described at the first internation university. At any given time no fewer than 14,000 students attended the complex, presided over by the world's most erudite of teachers.
    However, the great establishment was not to last. Christian envoys stormed Egypt's houses of learning and destroyed their contents as 'heretic' and 'satanic' writings. Heinous atrocities, ordered by the clergy, raged across the old Roman world with the church hell bent on eradicating the traditional religions in a wave of bloodletting.
    The grisly murder and dismembering of Hypatia, a female mathematician and lecturer of note, was just one of countless crimes committed by the clergy, who today blame the destruction of the contents of the great library and museum on later Arab invaders. History, however, records the contents of the great complex as having been pillaged by the Christians much earlier.



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