According to archaeologist at the University of Bristol Nicholas Saunders, whose academic and writing career is inextricably associated with the life and death of Alexander the Great, the probability of the great military commander resting in Amphipolis is insignificant.
"Two women, friends, who go purposefully forward and have seemingly achieved a lot gradually feel that the gaps in their lives exceed the victories. The emergence of a strange Greek woman unlocks unexpected decisions. In the small village on the shore, the two women have completely changed within a few days."
Heads of companies and government agencies, architects, engineers, accountants, skilled machine operators, physicists and mathematicians remain best paid in Greece although their salaries have decreased by 43% because of the crisis.