亞裡士多德的出生地斯塔基拉 The site believed to be Aristotle's tomb
By The New York Times
A Greek archaeologist believes he may have discovered Aristotle’s tomb.
Konstantinos Sismanidis excavated the birthplace of the ancient philosopher in northern Greece in the 1990s, and now thinks that a destroyed structure he came across may have been the last resting place of the teacher of Alexander the Great.
Addressing a conference in the Greek port city of Thessaloniki – held to mark the 2,400th anniversary of Aristotle’s birth this week– he said he had “no proof but just strong indications, as certain as one can be”, to support his theory.
Mr Sismanidis said the arched structure was unearthed in the ruins of Stageira, 40 miles east of Thessaloniki, and was once a public monument where Aristotle was honoured after his death – but that his remains had not been unearthed there.