north of Sinai
north of Sinai is located in the north east of the Arab Republic of Egypt between longitudes 32.34 E and latitudes 29.31 N, and bounded to the north the Mediterranean Sea along the 220 km, while the south line is running from the south corridor for example, even the head of the Negev and is bordered to the east to reduce the political to Egypt with occupied Palestine, the West represents a line extending from the Mitla Pass south to north Baloza.
Greek and Roman
Greek era began in 332 BC. to 30 BC. when Alexander the Great successfully defeat the Persians in Asia and opening concord Egypt and crowned himself King of Egypt and founded the city of Alexandria, in 323 BC.