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On Thursday, the archaeologist Kostas Sismanidis announced that there is a big possibility that they have found Aristotle’s tomb. ”We have very strong evidence that this is his tomb” he said.
The tomb was found at Stagira, Chalkidice and it has walls 1.80m tall and 1.1m thick. It is 2.400 years old and it is in the centre of the ancient city Agora.
Even though Aristotle died in Chalcis, his ashes were brought to his birthplace and the place was named ‘Aristoteleion’.