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Is the Mother of Alexander the Great in the Tomb at Amphipolis? Part 2

The newly discovered caryatids at the Amphipolis tomb and the symbolism of a lion suits the case of Olympias being buried in this fascinating ancient Greek tomb.

Is the Mother of Alexander the Great in the Tomb at Amphipolis?

By Andrew Chugg Author of The Quest for the Tomb of Alexander the Great and several academic papers on Alexander’s tomb says that in the recently discovered Greek tomb might be buried the mother of Alexander the Great. The recently discovered...

Zigzag Motifs Discovered in Ancient Greek Tomb

Pottery decorated with zigzag motifs was found in an ancient Greek tomb, in the city of Corinth in southern Greece. The tomb, dating back approximately 2,800 years, was built between 800 B.C. and 760 B.C., a time when Corinth was emerging as a major power...

Tomb Near Serres Wife, Son of Alexander?

Αrchaeologists from the 28th Ephorate of Antiquities unearthed a tomb in the city of Amphipolis, near Serres, northern Greece, which they believe could belong to the wife and son of Alexander the Great, Roxane and Alexander IV. The circular precinct...

Tomb Dated Back to Greek-Roman Period Found in Alexandria

A tomb dated back to the Greek-Roman Era was found in Alexandria, Egypt. Archaeologists discovered the grave, which is dug into a rock and has a yard with columns in the center of the burial place. Excavations were undertaken over the last...

New Archaeological Findings in Jerusalem Trace Back to the First Christians

Employing a remote control robotic camera to search inside an intact first century tomb in the south of the Old City of Jerusalem has brought new evidence to light that might change current assumptions about the first Christians. The findings...