The area was known in the Ptolemaic and first Roman eras as “Lucassis”
which means the white shell, and there is an ancient temple in the area
for the god “Horus”, the moon god of the ancient Egyptians.

The name “Marina” was given to the area and it means a port, as the
sources say that the area was previously a port for the export of grain
and grain, especially wheat, from the area currently known in the
Matrouh Governorate, during the time of the Roman Empire. Scientists
also discovered multiple archaeological sites near the current resort,
and many were discovered. The inscribed artifacts express the Roman
civilization that settled in the region thousands of years ago,
including painted wall paintings, gold pieces, bronze coins, metal
utensils, and pottery, all of which are currently in the Marina El
Alamein Museum. The architecture during the Roman era in Egypt. It
consists of a huge commercial market divided into several sections,
large residential neighborhoods, and a huge cemetery carved in the rocks
of the mountainous region overlooking the sea coast at a distance of
approximately 150 meters.

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