Macedonian mix-up


By Mick Hamer THE golden jewellery, found in an intact Royal Macedonian tomb in 1977, is exquisite. It is now the prize exhibit in the archaeological museum in Thessaloniki and the label says that it came from the tomb of Philip II, Alexander the Great’s father. But a Greek anthropologist has re-examined the skeleton found in the tomb and his findings—published last week—show that it is not Philip II’s, but that of Alexander’s half-brother, Philip III. Although Philip III is not as well known as his father, this doesn’t diminish the importance of the treasure. Antonis Bartsiokas,
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