The Amphipolis Tomb

An enormous tomb is currently under excavation at Amfipoli, Greece. It’s been all over the news, so you may have read about it already. But if not, here’s a website that collects information about the ongoing work:

The Amphipolis Tomb

Current thinking dates the complex to the Hellenistic period, just after Alexander (ca. end of the fourth century BC). But much remains unknown and conclusions, at present, are tentative.

 

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