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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of tombs in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of tombs in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

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  1. Toby Wilkinson:

    It's certainly tantalizing what Nicholas Reeves has suggested, if we look at what we know: we're pretty certain there is an undiscovered royal tomb of roughly the same period somewhere, because we have more kings than we have tombs, so logic suggests that there's still a tomb to be found.

  2. Zoe Richards:

    Today, the ancient tombs of the royal burial complexes are one of the few parts of the ancient Leluh site that remain intact, much of the historical site is overgrown by the tropical forest and has succumbed to hundreds of years of tropical weather and tidal inundation, and some parts of the site have been dismantled and reused in modern construction.

  3. Michael Fradley:

    The looting focuses on an area southwest of the ancient city, presumably an extramural cemetery where tombs may contain grave goods.

  4. Sharon Stocker:

    I think these are probably people who were very sophisticated for their time, they have come out of a place in history where there were few luxury items and imported goods. And all of a sudden at the time of the first tholos tombs, luxury items appear in Greece.

  5. Jesus Muñoz:

    Now they start desecrating tombs, this is not going to be like 1936 (when the Spanish Civil War started) but much worse.

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