A very exciting archaeological tomb has been unearthed, estimated dating as back as 325bc-300bc, and believed to have been designed by 'legendary' architect Dinokrates, closely affiliated to Alexander The Great. The size alone of the tomb is impressive. A whopping 500sq.m./5382sq.ft. and 25m/270ft tall, is the biggest in the Balkan area. Who, or what, is inside the tomb is not known yet as they have not actually made it in yet. The shear size of it suggests someone of dynastic standing and extended family. Of course there is a high probability of tomb raiding across the millennia, which can only mean artifacts & information lost in eternity. This was discovered in Northern Greece, in an area called Amfipolis, which was the main nautical base of Alexander's dynasty. That was also the embarkation point of his campaign to Asia Minor, NE Africa and into Asia. The tomb's entry is made of marble from Thasos, and the entrance was built up with plinths. Once they were removed, they discovered the entrance was 'guarded' by two sphinxes, placed opposite and facing each other. Unfortunately, their heads are missing, so staring contests have been off the table for quite some time. They need at least 2 or 3 more weeks to enter the tomb. Even though I was never really fond of Alexander the Great and his blood/enlightenment endeavor, I am getting goosebumps at the prospect of this being his final resting place. I sincerely hope it does not become a cheap marketing trick nicely wrapped around wishful thinking from our side to attract tourism, but as a find, it's of titanic magnitude. here's also a link I found in The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/aug/12/archaeologists-greece-tomb-alexander-great There are not many pictures in circulation yet, as the project is still under wraps and heavily guarded against looting and raiding. We have a bad tracking score on that front too.