Wednesday, January 23, 2013

"Something Big" at Amphipolis



We will be hearing a lot more about this amazing discovery in the months and years to come. I don't believe in releasing information before the archaeologists present the material, and they were kind enough to discuss it with me at length, so I want to be very careful about saying anything in case I mention information not already released to the public, but  ... this is a very interesting and extremely important find in Macedonia. You can see the circular wall and so forth in the video, the Greek is quite clear to anyone with a basic knowledge of the language, so just watch it.

4 comments:

Joel Wilhelm said...

Alexander's tomb?

kyri said...

no,but maybe the tomb of his wife and son.
kyri.

theologyarchaeology said...

yet you fail to provide any information for those who do not understand modern greek or be able to keep up with the speed of the conversations.

sigh....

kyri said...

http://greece.greekreporter.com/2012/10/06/tomb-near-serres-wife-son-of-alexander/

try this,its in english,if the link dont work google greek reporter,tomb-serres-wife-son.
kyri.

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