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ALEXANDER THE GREAT’S BATHING CHAMBER UNEARTHED AFTER 2,300 YEARS SHEDS LIGHT ON HIS ‘HOMO-EROTIC’ PRACTICES

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By:Front Page Detective Staff
May 12 2024, Published 2:01 p.m. ET

The tragic death of King Philip II ushered in the ascension of his son, Alexander the Great, to the throne. The new leader’s home, the Aigai palace, was nestled in the ceremonial heart of the ancient Macedonian realm, and spanned 15,000 square meters, dwarfing even the Parthenon.

Enclosed within its fortified walls lay courtyards, temples, sanctuaries, theaters and the renowned palaestra, where warriors honed their skills, including the young Alexander, who bathed alongside his comrade and rumored lover, Hephaestion.

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