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Alexander the Great Killed by Toxic Bacteria?

Alexander the Great Killed by Toxic Bacteria?

Discovery News The Styx River, the legendary portal to the underworld, harbors a deadly bacteria that may have ended Alexander’s life. An extraordinarily toxic bacterium harbored by the “infernal” Styx River might have been the fabled poison rumored to have killed Alexander the Great (356 – 323 B.C.) more than 2,000 years ago, according to a scientific-meets-mythic detective study. The […]

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ΜUSEUM OF CYCLADIC ART – Eros: from Hesiods theogony to late Antiquity

  MuseumOfCycladicArt — 23 Μάρ 2010 — Exhibition Video-Part 1 © Museum of Cycladic Art in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture and Tourism Curatorship Nicholas Chr. Stampolidis Yorgos Tassoulas Direction-Editing Daphne Tolis Photography Fanis Karagiorgos Narration Katerina Didaskalou Text Nicholas Chr. Stampolidis  

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