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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.

Amphipolis Tomb: Details Of The Caryatids Come To Light

The Greek Culture Ministry has released details of the Caryatids that were unearthed earlier this month during the excavation of the large burial mound in Amphipolis, northern Greece.

Looking Inside The Tomb In Ancient Amphipolis, Greece

Archaeologists excavating the discovered tomb in Ancient Amphipolis, Greece, on 25 August managed to uncover the monument’s main entrance and entered its first room.

Archaeologists Unveil More Findings From Excavation In Amphipolis, Greece

Greek archaeologists excavating a large tomb in Ancient Amphipolis, central Macedonia, Greece, have informed the Greek Culture Ministry on their recent finds that involve the decoration details of the monument.

Excavation Continues At Ancient Amphipolis, Greece: More Discoveries

The Greek Culture Ministry is keeping the public updated on a major ongoing excavation taking place at the site of Ancient Amphipolis, in central Macedonia, Greece.

The Sphinxes Of Ancient Amphipolis, Greece, Have Been Revealed

Two Sphinxes found to be guarding the entrance of a recently discovered tomb that dates between 325 and 300 BC in Ancient Amphipolis, Greece, have been totally revealed.

Dig Unveils Important Discovery At Ancient Amphipolis, Northern Greece

"We are in front of an extremely important find," Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said during his visit to Ancient Amphipolis in Serres, Central Macedonia, northern Greece, where archaeologists are digging what appears to be the entrance of an important tomb.
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Have Archaeologists Discovered The Grave Of Alexander The Great?

The Greek Culture Ministry said last week that archaeoligists were getting ahead of themselves by announcing that may have discovered the grave of Alexander the Great at a site near ancient Amphipolis, 370 miles north of Athens.