ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Archaeologists digging through a vast ancient tomb in Amphipolis in northern Greece have uncovered a floor mosaic that covers the whole area of a room seen as the antechamber to the main burial ground.
Archaeologists at the Kasta Hill site in Amphipolis recently uncovered the feet of a pair of caryatids 2014 wearing platform sandals.[Full Story: Platform Sandals Revealed on Greek Statues Guarding Alexander-Era Tomb]
Excavating a Celtic Prince's Tomb: Photos : Discovery News Decorations on the vessel include the god Dionysus, lying under a vine and facing a woman. The Greco-Latin wine set, the northernmost found so far, is typical of an aristocratic Celtic banquet.
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.