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Alexander the Great’s bathroom discovered at Aigai Palace

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Alexander the Great’s bathroom discovered at Aigai Palace

Archaeologists say they have discovered Alexander the Great’s bathroom at the Aigai Palace in northern Greece.

Set in the ceremonial center of the ancient Macedonian kingdom, the 15,000 square meter Aigai palace is three times the size of the Parthenon, with its gated city walls, courtyard, temples, sanctuaries, theatre, palaestra – or boxing school – and tombs.



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