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Five Skeletons Found at Amphipolis Tomb in Greece

The Greek culture ministry revealed on Monday that archaeologists and researchers have discovered more than one skeleton in the Amphipolis tomb on Kasta Hill.

Amphipolis Tomb in Greece Among Top 10 Discoveries of 2014

The editors of ARCHAEOLOGY, a publication of the Archaeological Institute of America, recently revealed the year's most compelling finds and have included the tomb discovered in Amphipolis, Greece.

Tourism Development of Amphipolis, Greece, On the Table

The archaeological findings of Amphipolis will contribute to the further development of Greek tourism, according to the tourism minister, Olga Kefalogianni.

New 3D Video of Amphipolis Monument Interior Hits the Internet

Following the latest discovery made by archaeologists at the Amphipolis burial mound, a group of Greeks have released a new three-dimensional (3-D) video of its interior.

Ancient Human Remains Found at Amphipolis Tomb

Human remains were discovered under the floor of the third chamber of the large burial mound in Amphipolis, northern Greece.

Archaeologists Make More Discoveries During Dig In Amphipolis

Excavations at Kasta hill, Amphipolis, have unearthed an artificial cutting in the ground of the fourth area of the large burial mound that dates to the late 4th century.

Amphipolis Burial Site Excavation Video Released

Footage from the excavation of the large burial mound in Amphipolis, northern Greece, which until now has unearthed Caryatid statues, sphinxes and an impressive mosaic floor, has been released online.

Amphipolis Tomb: Marble Head Of A Sphinx Discovered

A marble head that belongs to one of Sphinxes guarding the entrance of the large burial mound in Amphipolis, northern Greece, was discovered on 21 October during excavations in the third chamber.

Take A 3D Virtual Tour Of The Amphipolis Tomb

A group of Greek graphic artists have launched a very interesting application that gives the opportunity to those captivated by the excavation in Amphipolis to experience the burial mound at Kasta hill as it was in antiquity and even take a closer look inside.