- BO#44Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Attend English class much? It's "Where WAS the first library BUILT"?
where did? lolz.....
The correct answer to your question is not Alexandria in Egypt, but instead ROYAL ASSYRIAN LIBRARY in Nineveh.
It is also called Royal Library of Ashurbanipal after it's creator. Ashurbanipal was the last great monarch of Assyria. One of his projects was to assemble a library of tablets of all the literature of Mesopotamia.
- dragonmomof3Lv 61 decade ago
The Library of Alexandria
- ROBERTLv 71 decade ago
The library of Alexandria is the most famous in ancient history but surely was not the first.
- advocate172000Lv 51 decade ago
Taffy Jones from Glenden in Wales first thought of keeping clay tablets in his hut for reference purposes.Then the Romans came and nicked his idea, the rest is history.