Archaeologists discovered an impressive marble-faced wall dating from the 4th century BC, that could be the grave of Alexander the Great, at a site near ancient Amphipolis, 370 miles north of Athens, in Greece. Image © Dailymail
Alexander the Great thought to be buried in Egypt, but archaeologists have discovered this very big structure measuring 500 meters long and 3 meters high, which they believe could contain a royal grave.
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According to Dailymail: “Site archaeologist Aikaterini Peristeri has voiced hopes of finding ‘a significant individual or individuals’ within.
A Culture Ministry statement has enthused that the archaeologists have partly excavated a mound that has yielded a ‘very remarkable’ marble-faced wall from the late 4th century BC.
Experts believe the ancient artificial mound could contain the remains of the king, or is at least an important royal Macedonian grave.”