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Alexander found. Might he have been moved after being mistaken for St. Mark?

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The mysterious location of the tomb of Alexander the Great might finally have been confirmed. 

Alexander the Great was a king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon from 336–323 BC and after conquering the Greek city-states he rolled over Persia founding an empire with 70 cities across three continents covering an estimated two million square miles.  

Now, a piece of masonry from an ancient tomb discovered in the foundations of St Mark s in Venice matching the dimensions of a sarcophagus in the British Museum might confirm the location of the tomb of Alexander the Great, and what’s more, the lost royal burial place of the last native pharaohs of Egypt, and the Greek pharaohs that came thereafter.

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