New Theory Released in Alexander the ...

New Theory Released in Alexander the Great Burial Mystery

There are 42 comments on the www.findingdulcinea.com story from Mar 23, 2009, titled New Theory Released in Alexander the Great Burial Mystery. In it, www.findingdulcinea.com reports that:

The tomb of Alexander the Great has been missing for almost 2,000 years, yet one man claims the ancient Greek leader is resting in Australia.

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“Religion is Superstition”

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#43 Aug 22, 2010
Alexander's mother Olympias, was from Epirus, which is on the Greece - Albania border opposite the island of Corfu.

She wasn't from Austria. Coincidentally, the last Empress of Austria has a summer residence on Corfu.
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#44 Feb 5, 2013
Alexander the Great was never a "Greek leader". In fact he had never "led" a Greek state (in a form we know today). He led his own kingdom - the Kingdom of Macedon and that is the simple truth!

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