This appears to be a hoax … the site Greek Reporter got it from is a hoax site that I’ve warned others about. Oh tempora! Oh mores! Dang. (tip o’ the pileus to M Fletcher on Twitter for pointing out my folly) From Greek Reporter, which is not known as a font of accuracy … Continue reading Tomb of Alexander the Great Found?
Why does every country seem to have someone they dub an ‘Indiana Jones’? And why are they often the ‘fringe’ guys? Anyhoo … we’ll start monitoring this guy mention in Radio Free Europe: With his flowing white locks and extravagant manner, Macedonian archaeologist Pasko Kuzman has become something of a celebrity in his native country. … Continue reading Another ‘Indiana Jones’ Searches for the Tomb of Alexander
History of the Ancient World: The Elusive Tomb of Alexander.
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 … Continue reading Purported ‘Tomb of Alexander’ Find Followup
This is another one of those mind bogglers which I don’t really understand … Back on August 21, a typically vague and brief item appeared in Greek Reporter: A group of archaeologists in Amphipolis, a municipality in Serres, claim to have made one of the greatest archaeological discoveries ever, as they believe they have uncovered … Continue reading Alexander the Great Tomb in Amphipolis? Yeah … about that