Aristotle's tomb 'discovered' by Greek archaeologist

Aristotle's tomb 'discovered' by Greek archaeologist
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A Greek archaeologist believes he has found the final resting place of Aristotle, one of the world’s greatest philosophers.

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A Greek archaeologist believes he has found the final resting place of Aristotle, one of the world’s greatest philosophers.

At a conference commemorating the 2,400th anniversary of the philosopher’s death, Konstantinos Sismanidis who has been working on the site for 20 years said he had strong proof that the lost tomb lay in the ancient village of Stagira, the birthplace of Aristotle.

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