Search is on for the Tomb of Alexander the Great near Crniliste


Search is on for the Tomb of Alexander the Great near Crniliste They scientists will also do a research of the notable stone formation Devil’s Wall (Gjalvolski zid) above the village of Bogoslovec. Photo: www.skyscrapercity.com

Ten-member international team of scientists from Croatia, Serbia, Italy, Finland and Macedonia started Wednesday the sophisticated operations for discovering the big secret regarding the tomb of Alexander the Great on the mound above the village of Crniliste near Sveti Nikole.

With equipment worth over EUR 600,000, the scientists spent more than an hour Wednesday detecting even the smallest noise in the underground of the mound that in Ovce Pole.

"We are here to do everything possible to confirm or deny if in this area precisely is the royal dynasty tomb of Alexander the Great. It is our sacred task since there are many controversies around the true location of the tomb of the great military leader. Personally I think the tomb is right here, as I said once  in the show “On the Edge of Science” broadcasted by HTV,” said Domagoj Nikolic from Croatia who has been named  modern Indiana Jones after stating  that he probably detected the tomb of Alexander the Great .


Slobodan Mizdrak from the Belgrade University explains that a silence is necessary while the professional team works on the ground with sophisticated equipment.

"That is necessary in order to record all the noise that we can get from the inside of this space," he said .

They started Tuesday with the archaeoacoustics and electromagnetic surveys of the area.  According to Mizdrak, they will use noninvasive methods.

"We will try to determine the real state by finding the statics that will help us make a comparison of the mound with its natural environment,“ he says.

This international team of scientists will stick longer time on the terrain of Ovce Pole where dozen of important archaeological sites are discovered, though science estimates there are hundreds such sites.

They scientists will also do a research of the Paeonian city of Bila Zora as well as the notable stone formation Devil’s Wall (Gjalvolski zid) above the village of Bogoslovec, to which a particularly interesting legend is connected.

"This was the center of the Paeonian culture and it is of outmost importance for this terrain to be explored. We hope this expert team will provide many answers to many important questions related to our past, "said the Macedonian historian Aleksandar Arsov, director of the museum in Sveti Nikole .



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