Tomb dating to 1st century BC found intact in Macedonia

August 9, 2019 - General

Archaeologists in the region of Kozani in northern Greece have unearthed an intact tomb of a woman filled with offerings and dated to the late Hellenistic period (end of 1st century BC).

Credit: Kathimerini
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The tomb was found 1.5 metres beneath the site where a home was recently demolished as part of mining work in the village of Mavropigi. The richly adorned body was on an elaborate…

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