Archaeologists excavating an ancient mound in northern Greece uncovered the entrance to an important tomb some months ago. It is believed to have been built at the end of the reign of warrior-king Alexander the Great and Prime Minister Antonis Samaras described the discovery as ‘extremely important
posted on 10/03/2014 3:08:00 PM PDT
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posted on 10/03/2014 3:09:21 PM PDT
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Have they found Alexander the Great's tomb?
It ain't in Greece.
And it has gold in it.
Study what Phillip taught young Alex.
posted on 10/03/2014 3:44:50 PM PDT
If Herwaldo was involved, it’s a big fat nothin’.
posted on 10/03/2014 4:24:07 PM PDT
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One suggestion is that it is the tomb of Laomedon of Mytilene, a friend of Alexander the Great, who may have ended up at Amphipolis.
There has been some discussion of this on the Classics list hosted by the University of Kentucky. There is a link to http://greece.greekreporter.com/2014/10/02/harvard-study-amphipolis-tomb-belongs-to-Laomedon
Not if they’re not in Sekandergul.
posted on 10/04/2014 6:23:55 PM PDT
by Jim Noble
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