Libya’s heritage held all those who attended in awe of its archaeology. Pam gave a guided pictorial tour through Libya, starting out from Tripoli and its Roman and Byzantine legacy, through the deserts and returning to the coast near Benghazi and Cyrene where much of the archaeology was of Greek origin. We saw stunning mosaics, sculptures, cave paintings and carvings; had a glimpse of Libya’s World Heritage sites, cities and fortresses.
Pam travelled the length and breadth of Libya over a three-week period discovering how extensive the archaeology is in Libya. Her photography of the many sites and artefacts gave a clear insight into a part of Libya hidden from view for many of us. A place to visit in the future one hopes.