Marble door discovered in Amphipoli reinforces theory of ancient Macedonian tomb

Pieces of a broken, two-piece, Thasian marble door discovered at the excavation site on Kasta Hill on Thursday were expected to reinforce the belief that the tomb was erected during the ancient Macedonian era.

According to the excavation’s lead archaeologist, Katerina Peristeri, and Culture Ministry secretary general Lina Mendoni, the door leads to the tomb’s third chamber.

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