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Published on 2014-07-04
It is bicameral Macedonian tomb with barrel-vaulted front four Doric half-columns. Its dimensions are 6.15 m wide and 6.15 m high and 10 meters long. The entrance door bore a stone relief. A second marble at the entrance door of the burial chamber has brought relief Medusa head Coloured and embossed aspidiskes. The tomb is full of ancient graffiti and votive inscriptions of the 1st century BC and the third century AD The most important refers to Hercules and Alexander Hero.
The tomb dates to the late 4th century BC and investigated in the summer of 1994. After the excavation was housed and fenced.
Second vaulted bicameral Macedonian tomb with four Ionic facade towering columns. Has width 4.70 m and 7.50 m length tinted mortar residues preserved on the walls, brought performances and mirror box. Preserved the stone base of the deathbed. It dates from around 300 BC based on the few finds recovered from the looting of ancient tomb. The excavation of the tomb began in the summer of 1994 and completed in August 1995.