Phillipos' (Alexander the Great's father) tomb in Vergina, Macedonia in Greece

Macedonian royal star, contained the bones of a cremated woman. contained in the marble sarcophagus of the Tomb of Philip II at Vergina.

Bronze Greaves, 336 BC, from tomb of Philip II in Vergina. Museum of Vergina, Macedonia

Bronze Greaves, 336 BC, from tomb of Philip II in Vergina. Museum of Vergina, Macedonia /tcc

Iron Macedonian helmet found at the Royal Tombs of Vergina (near Aigai)

Phrygian type helmet found at the Royal Tombs of Vergina (near Aigai)

The royal burial cluster of Philip II | Museum of Royal Tombs of Aigai -Vergina

The Heroon (over-ground building monumental sanctuary for a hero) and Tomb I. The mural depicting the Abduction of Persephone by Hades The royal burial cluster of Philip II

Σελίδες Ιστορίας και Επιστήμης: Το Μουσείο των βασιλικών τάφων των Αιγών

Have a deep zoom on masterpieces of ancient Macedonian art.

The Sun of Vergina, found in a tomb near Pydna. Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki (Greece). Photo Jona Lendering.

This was one of the older currencies in Ancient Macedonia. These coins were simply called coins of Alexander the Great.

Σελίδες Ιστορίας και Επιστήμης: Το Μουσείο των βασιλικών τάφων των Αιγών

Σελίδες Ιστορίας και Επιστήμης: Το Μουσείο των βασιλικών τάφων των Αιγών

The royal burial cluster of Philip II | Museum of Royal Tombs of Aigai -Vergina

Ivory representation of Dionysus, a maenad and a young satyr, the eternal residence of King Philip II , Vergina , Macedonia Greece

Philip of Macedon's armour - Vergina

The Tomb of the Lost King reopened thanks to the BBC Archive

Plate chest armour with gold decoration, found in the tomb of Philip II at Vergina, near Thessaloniki (Greece).

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