Skip to comments.Has the location of Alexander the Great's Tomb been found
Posted on 03/12/2020 7:14:01 PM PDT by wildbill
The mysterious location of the tomb of Alexander the Great might finally have been confirmed.
Alexander the Great was a king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon from 336323 BC and after conquering the Greek city-states he rolled over Persia founding an empire with 70 cities across three continents covering an estimated two million square miles.
Now, a piece of masonry from an ancient tomb discovered in the foundations of St Mark s in Venice matching the dimensions of a sarcophagus in the British Museum might confirm the location of the tomb of Alexander the Great, and whats more, the lost royal burial place of the last native pharaohs of Egypt, and the Greek pharaohs that came thereafter. An Ancient Corruption of the Truth?
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And two pieces found in Venice and the British Museum appear to be from the same burial coffin. Theft of a sacred relic was a common occurence in the past by all sorts of adventurers and "scientists>" Lots of stuff from Egypt wound up in the British Museum under less than savory circumstances. Outlandish theory? Yes, but there are stranger things than we know Horatio....:-)
Isn’t there some legend about what befalls anyone who discovers Alexander’s tomb?
I don't know. Tell me. Has it been found?
I really wish these people would stop with their clickbait speculation.
When they confirm they found Alexander the Great's Tomb they can post the headline "Alexander the Great's Tomb Has Been Found".
Until then it's all clickbait.
I thought they stuck him under a river or something like that.
They die of COVID-19?
Alexander was obviously the first victim of the coronavirus!
Persia. How many times did these clowns get beaten? Fun fact was that Alexander was reading the Anabasis which was the greeks march ( or escape) to the sea within Persia and used it as a guide. To movie buffs, the anabasis was the basis of the movie The Warriors after the greeks were trapped ( and backstabbed) by the Persians and hounded daily.
What do Alexander, Vlad, Peter, Jimmy, Merlin and others have in common?
Their middle name is THE
There was a Steve Berry novel about that mystery (The Venetian Betrayal).
First of all, Macedonia was NOT a Greek kingdom. Don’t get me started!
All shot in the back of the head.
It’s just west of Genghis Khan’s...
His official name is just Smokey Bear.
OK, then Winnie The Pooh.
Yes, and Ulysses S Grant was found buried in it
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