Excavation of the Vaulted Tomb at Aegae, Vergina

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David Grant
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published on 01 February 2020
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The roof and facade of the vaulted tomb in Aegae (Vergina) emerging from the soil in 1977 CE. From Unearthing the Family of Alexander the Great. Grant (2019) p51. Used with permission from Pen & Sword Books.

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David Grant
David Grant is author of the 917-page tome, In Search of the Last Testament of Alexander the Great (2017) and Unearthing the Family of Alexander the Great (2019) written in close cooperation with anthropologist and materials scientists in Greece.

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Grant, D. (2020, February 01). Excavation of the Vaulted Tomb at Aegae, Vergina. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/image/11686/

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Grant, David. "Excavation of the Vaulted Tomb at Aegae, Vergina." Ancient History Encyclopedia. Last modified February 01, 2020. https://www.ancient.eu/image/11686/.

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Grant, David. "Excavation of the Vaulted Tomb at Aegae, Vergina." Ancient History Encyclopedia. Ancient History Encyclopedia, 01 Feb 2020. Web. 29 Nov 2020.

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