Greek archeologists claimed to have found the tomb of Aristotle


Greek archaeologist Kostas Sismanidis claims that after 20 years excavations in ancient Stagira (now the village Olympics on the Peninsula Halkidiki) found the grave of the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle, reports the TV station ERT.

The place was discovered in 1996, but then only spoke the assumption that here are buried the great philosopher, former teacher Alexander The Great.

At the conference “Aristotle, 2400 years” in Thessaloniki Sismanidis said that there is new data and strong evidence that it is the tomb Aristotle.

According to archaeologists, the tomb is situated on the hillside of the Northern tip of Stagira, the native city of the philosopher.

Aristotle was born in Stagira in 384 BC. He became the first the thinker who created a comprehensive system of philosophy. It the concept, in particular, had a significant impact on the Christian basically, Catholic and Muslim theology.


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