Alexandria's founded by Alexander

Alexandria's founded by Alexander the Great (by year BC): 334 Alexandria in Troia (Turkey) - 333 Alexandria at Issus/Alexandrette (Iskenderun, Turkey) - 332 Alexandria of Caria/by the Latmos (Alinda, Turkey) - 331 Alexandria Mygdoniae - 331 Alexandria (Egypt) - 330 Alexandria in Areia (Herat, Afghanistan) - 330 Alexandria of the Prophthasia/in Drangiana/Phrada (Farah, Afghanistan) - 330 Alexandria in Arachosia (Kandahar, Afghanistan) - 330 Alexandria in Caucasus (Begram, Afghanistan) - 329 Alexandria of the Paropanisades (Ghazni, Afghanistan) - 329 Alexandria Eschate or Ultima (Khodjend, Tajikistan) - 329 Alexandria on the Oxus (Ai-Khanoum, Afghanistan) - 329 Alexandria in Margiana (Merv, Turkmenistan) - 326 Alexandria Nicaea (on the Hydaspes, India) - 326 Alexandria Bucephala (on the Hydaspes, India) - 325 Alexandria Sogdia - 325 Alexandria Rambacia (Bela, Pakistan) - 325 Alexandria Oreitide - 325 Alexandria in Opiene (confluence of Indus & Acesines, India) - 325 Alexandria on the Indus - 325 Alexandria Xylinepolis (Patala, India) - 325 Alexandria in Carminia (Gulashkird, Iran) - 324 Alexandria-on-the-Tigris/Antiochia-in-Susiana/Charax (Spasinou Charax on the Tigris, Iraq) - ?Alexandria of Carmahle? (Kahnu)

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Mapping the Amphipolis Tomb

It may be handy to share the map which Empedotimos showed on his blog and which was taken over by  NewsBomb just yesterday. It think it puts the walls and rooms in a decent perspective. For further details, use the attached link.

By the sealing of the tomb, after having sealed the door of the main tomb (T2) and followed by sealing the chamber T2 by sealing the door (T1), there should be an opening to fill the space H2 with soil, along the lines of the backfill chamber (H1), by workmen who would evidently be in chamber H1, and having done this, to complete the sealing of H1 with the construction of the protective wall and filling the whole H1 space.

Read more: http://www.newsbomb.gr/global/news/story/491941/amphipolis-puzzles-the-possibility-of-the-tomb-to-be-looted#ixzz3CeDpGCeo

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