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.
Mosaic uncovered in northern Greece could mark royal Macedonian tomb
Ancient Macedonia - Hellenistic painting and frescoes | Greek and Hellenistic painting and frescoes - Macedonian tomb at Agios Athanasios Macedonian tomb of Agios Athanasios, unearthed near the Thessaloniki metropolitan area, dated to the last years of the 4th century BC, shortly after the death of Alexander the Great.
The Amphipolis Caryatids fully excavated. The marble pedestals on which the two Caryatids of the Amphipolis burial mound stand were fully revealed after the two last blocks of the sealing wall in front of the second diaphragmatic wall were removed.
Tomb II from Tumulus A: c. 350--325BCE . The walls of this tomb are painted to imitate features of the walls of a woman's room. Some of the painted objects "hanging" from the walls: a mirror, head-covering, ribbons, wreaths, a box, a protome of Aphrodite.