Origin of Serapeum
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The Serapeum seems to have suffered a fire at some point around CE 181 and again in 217 but was rebuilt, although there is no indication whether the fire affected the library or just the temple complex.
There were in fact two libraries in ancient Alexandria, The Mouseion and the Serapeum, or the Inner and Outer Libraries.
He supposed, however, that the Serapeum did not reveal all its wisdom at once, perhaps; and he did not lose hope altogether.Let us follow Him|Henryk Sienkiewicz
Steinschneider's catalogue in the Serapeum mentions a very large number of songs.
The ruined edifice of the Serapeum, the masterpiece of Bryaxis laid in fragments in the dust, and thousands of wailing heathen!
The Imperial troops were in fact masters of the secret passage; and they had begun the attack on the Serapeum in earnest.
The Bishop and the monks in the Serapeum, meant the overthrow of the statue of the sovereign god—death and destruction.