Archaeologists May Have Identified 2nd Tomb at World-Famous Amphipolis Site

Archaeologists believe they have identified a second monument at the famous Kasta Hill in Amphipolis, Greece, which made headlines around the world when a highly-decorated Macedonian tomb complex, possibly linked to Alexander the Great, was discovered in 2012. The results of geophysical prospecting, carried out by the Applied Geophysics Lab of the Aristotle University of Macedonia, revealed a structure two meters deep on the west side of the hill. The Mystery of Tomb of Amphipolis The ancient site of Amphipolis was discovered and described by many archaeologists during the 19th…

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