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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP13 Jan 2021 9:25 p.m. PST

…Alexander the Great

"IN NOVEMBER OF 1977, excavators in the northern Greek town of Vergina unearthed what would later be described as the "archaeological find of the century."

Hidden beneath a large mound, now known as the Great Tumulus, lay a Macedonian-style shrine with a cluster of four tombs, two of which appeared to be unlooted. After decades of sterile digs, archaeologists had finally located the ancient city of Aegae, the first capital of Macedon and burial ground of its kings.

The precious artefacts within Tombs II and III dated to the middle-to-late fourth century BC, a period spanning the reigns of Philip II and his son Alexander the Great. Indeed, the entire burial site was soon dubbed "the cluster of Philip II."…"


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