Archaeologist believes he’s discovered the ancient tomb of Aristotle

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Thessaloniki, Greece - What do you do when you think you've just discovered the lost tomb of Aristotle?

You go and tell the world!

And now a Greek archaeologist who has been painstakingly combing through the ruins of Stagira for 26 years believes he's finally found Aristotle's tomb.

Yeah, the guy says he has "very strong evidence" the 2,400-year-old tomb he just discovered belongs to the ancient Greek philosopher.

For one thing, he claims the tomb is located in the center of the ancient city of "Agora,"  which was Aristotle's birthplace back in 384 BC.

And...he says the tomb basically dates back to the year of Aristotle's death.

Aristotle was the great Greek philosopher who studied under Plato and is considered one of history's greatest thinkers.

He's credited with radically changing the thoughts on many fields including physics, metaphysics, and logic.

So, is this really a major archaeological find?

Ay, it's all Greek to us.

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