Rare look at Egypt's sunken cities
More than twelve centuries ago, two Greco-Egyptian cities sank into the Nile Delta off the coast of Egypt.
Now, thanks to underwater excavation, the public has the chance to see some amazingly well-preserved objects.
Dan Damon talked to Aurelia Masson-Berghoff, the curator of a new exhibition at the British Museum in London.
More from World Update in Pictures.
03 Jun 2016
- From the section Middle East