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It is a unique discovery. Finding his tomb was always the
dream of everybody. But now we know where he is buried and we
have all the details," Souvaltzi told reporters at the site
where, despite skeptisism from many experts, she insists
Alexander the Great was buried.
Until now most historians had said his grave is somewhere in
the Egyptian port city he founded and which was named after him
I am currently studying to be an archaeologist, and locating Alexander's tomb is something I have always aspired for.
Originally posted by Byrd
There's a couple of maps here. Couldn't find the ones I was thinking of (may be in a book I own) of the sunken areas of Alexandria where the palaces were:
Originally posted by Kandinsky
reply to post by Byrd
Hiya Byrd, I posted that 'discovery' jokingly as light relief. Even Erich Von Daniken wouldn't make the claim of an Aussie cave being the missing grave of Alexander... or he just didn't think of it