Top Archaeological Finds Expected in 2015 : Discovery News About a third of a mile in circumference, this is Greece’s largest tomb and dates back to Alexander the Great’s reign in the late fourth century B.
Amphipolis, Macedonia Greece: chamber - The upper wall that supports the Sphinx - We can now see the top of one Ionic Pilaster at the first Portal wall. The rest will be revealed once the mass of soil/sand is excavated out of the entry space.
Amphipolis, Macedonia Greece: chamber - Decoration on the next wall - The next inner Portal wall is decorated with a marbled cornice, Ionic linear details and colored rosettes with 8 Peddles, the same detailing is on the side walls of this first chamber.
Δόθηκε στη δημοσιότητα η πρώτη γραφική αναπαράσταση του τάφου της Αμφίπολης
Two exquisite art caryatids, Thassian marble, revealed in yesterday (Saturday, September day of archaeological work in the Tomb of Ancient Amphipolis castes, which -in eidikous- advocates the view that this is a standing monument of special importance.