The relationship of Alexander son of the gods! with the ancient Amphipolis

Η σχέση του Μ.Αλεξάνδρου  ο γιος θεών! με την αρχαία Αμφίπολη

Ιστορικά ντοκουμέντα κρυμμένα απο τους θνητούς, άφησαν να εννοηθεί σαφώς ότι ο βασιλιάς Αλέξανδρος ήταν ο γιος ενός Θεού, as some other great heroes, He was also descended from the gods, one can only remember between the Achilles or Heracles!.

The very top commenting won't hear from any history especially Greece and archaeologists of the conventional story!, comes from sources that have few access, and of course outside Greece ! When we say the gods as they are not joining billion people today!It was invisible and ubiquitous !!! but they had direct contact with people! mortals for them! the Greeks 12 some of these gods! as he and others worldwide! (Some people would be horrified if they knew the truth!,AETOS)below text that says “experts”!!

The Alexander's relationship with ancient Amphipolis. the region has a direct relationship with the Grand Commander.

At a distance of about 100 km from Thessaloniki, going to Kavala, beyond the bridge over the Strymon, between low hills, the ruins of ancient Amphipolis.

Amphipolis was an ancient city built in Eastern Macedonia, on the banks of the river Strymon, in place of the city formerly called “Nine Roads” or very close to it. Amphipolis was founded by Athenians the 437 e.g.. with the aim of controlling the area rich in raw materials and was abandoned in the 8th century a.d. Today the area is built namesake modern settlement, located approximately 60 km. Southeast of Serres.

The excavations took place for the first time 1956 from the Greek Ephorate of Antiquities.
The ancient city of Amphipolis was built on a strategic Hill, 5 km from the sea, on the Eastern Bank of the Struma, just below its egress from Lake achinos, (which has now been drained). A turn of the Strymon protected the Western city walls.

The part which belonged to the Edonians of Thrace was originally called “Nine Roads”, because, According to Herodotus ((g) ', 114), Xerxes was passing bridges buried alive nine young boys and nine girls. The place was colonized and Amphipolis by the Athenians the 437 e.g.. There had been a failed attempt 28 years ago.

As stated by Professor, Panos Epirus, Amphipolis drawing wealth from the gold mines in Pangeo, It was one of the most important areas that had conquered the Athenians, and this explains the trepidation that prevailed in Athens during the war when he reached the Peloponisiakoy news 424 e.g.. that the Spartans led by Brasidas had encircle and besieging the Amphipolis. The historian (and General) By thucydide managed to rescue his fleet at the mouth of the Strymon but because of his failure to save and Amphipolis, ostracized for 20 years from his hometown (Thoyk, (d) ', 104-6; (e) ', 26). The 421 e.g. the Athenians made another failed attempt to epanakatalaboyn the city. In cavalry battle, the Athenian general and Cleon and his opponent Brasidas were killed.

Amphipolis subsequently conquered by Philip II’ the Macedon 358 e.g.. After the battle of Pydna in 168 e.g.. Amphipolis became the capital of one of the four English provinces who founded the Romans. The Apostle Paul passed from Amphipolis as go to Thessaloniki and preached Christianity. The city was also a parking place for travelers who used the Egnatia highway, and it was even the observer's seat of the Romans during the first Cristian period.

Trademark and emblem of the region but also the whole of Macedonia, is the lion of Amphipolis
It is one of the most important monuments of the 4th century BC. they survived and so far is the only one that was restored and stands today next to the old bridge over the Struma in provincial highway Amphipolis – Serraϊkis Coast.

The funerary monument of the lion is connected inextricably with the funerary tumulus signal that in fact is the Foundation of and is placed in the middle and at the highest point on the basis of geometry that gives the grave yard.

The Tumulus Kasta and lion
The Tumulus Kasta Amphipolis and the Lion Monument are two monuments that converse with each other by combining comparable architectural features and us theirs in the last quarter of the 4th BC. century.

“The latypes (fragments of marble processing) found around the burial mound on top of mark Kasta, indicates the existence of a large marble monument, which is no other than the Lion and the basis of”, the head of KI’ Ephorate of prehistoric and classical Antiquities Katerina Peristeri.

The excavations of burial grounds of mound “Kasta” the 2013, revealed that a large part of the enclosure has apoxilwthei in Roman times to score pretty marble architectural members are not in place. A wider archaeological research carried out in the region of Amphipolis of archaeologist Katerina Peristeri and partner of architect Michael Lefantzi, in their quest to locate the lost architectural members, led under the site of the monument of the lion of Amphipolis where found either scattered, είτε εντοιχισμένα στη βάση του Λέοντος, μαρμάρινα αρχιτεκτονικά μέλη με προέλευση τον ταφικό περίβολο.

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