This one’s kind of weird, in that the article appeared, then disappeared (or was inaccessible?) and now seems available again … brief item from Focus Fen:
Following recent news that the tomb of Alexander the Great and the Ark of the Covenant have been found on the Greek Island of Thasos during excavations, Greek researcher and publicist Nikolaos Koumartzis contacted Focus News Agency with a commentary on the situation.
Mr Koumartzis pointed that the supposed “excavation of the tomb of Alexander the Great” and presented evidence that the claims of the “excavators” were very unreasonable. Mr Koumartzis published a detailed report demystifying the whole situation and against the claims that the actual tomb of Alexander the Great was found.
- via: Greek expert: It is unlikely that the actual tomb of Alexander the Great was found in the excavations in Thasos (Focus Fen)
Of course, this is in the wake of claims made a week or so ago that Alexander’s tomb had been found, along with — rather incongruently — the Ark of the Covenant (see:Oh Oh! Idiot Meter Just Hit Overload!!! It’s interesting that the person they now rely on a source is the same person who authored the website/book we linked to in our previous coverage … I’m guessing they didn’t read down to the ‘sacred triangles’ part. Or maybe they did — Focus Fen seems to be the farm team for the Daily Mail …