In 1995 a New York Times/ Reuters report indicated that a Greek woman archaeologist had discovered the tomb of Alexander The Great. This was immediately discounted by Greek officials. In 1996 another woman archaeologist claimed that the first discovery was indeed correct. There was no further word about the case after 1996. What really happened? Here is my fictional cartoon story about this event.......Years after doing the cartoon I did more research. The following links are what I discovered and presented to the International Congress of Classical Archaeology Conference in Boston August 2003. The Conference was sponsored by Harvard University.
|Discovery||Tomb Doubted||Discounted||New York Times|
|Defender||Permit Revoked||Sketch of the Tomb||Souvaltzi's Website|
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