Tomb of Alexander

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Hutchinson, 2012 - Archaeologists - 323 pages
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Sought after for generations. Venerated by the great and the good. Hidden from all mankind.

Alexander was one of the greatest leaders of all time. After he died, his tomb was the most renowned and respected shrine in the Roman Empire, the object of veneration by great emperors and leaders the world over. It stood at the heart of the grandest city on earth. And then it disappeared. Centuries later, on a dig in Crete, curator and archaeologist Tom Carr is convinced that he's discovered a vital clue. At his side is a beautiful young artist, Victoria Price. Together, they are prepared to risk everything to find the tomb, and solve one of the most enduring mysteries of our time.

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About the author (2012)

Seán Hemingway is an archaeologist and a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. He has a Ph.D. in classical art and archaeology from Bryn Mawr College and was a Fulbright Scholar to Greece.The author of numerous writings about ancient Greek art, he has also edited several books by his grandfather, Ernest Hemingway. The Tomb of Alexander is his first novel.

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