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Aristotle Tomb Found?

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guy also known as gaius

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Surely the fact that the massive tomb found earlier and assumed to be Alexander's due to its size etc is now known not to be Alexander's must throw doubt on this claim.


What makes it worse is the quote:  "In an address at a conference in Thessaloniki, Greece, commemorating the 2,400th anniversary of Aristotle’s birth, the archaeologist, Konstantinos Sismanidis, said he had “no proof but strong indications, as certain as one can be,” to support his claim".  So we're to believe the massive coincidence that it was found at such a perfect time?  The cynic in me has severe doubts ...

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