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The tombs north of the palace at Aigai

The Romaios Tomb
The Tomb of Eurydike

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'Tomb of Eurydike'
The burial chamber of the Tomb of Eurydike with the trompe-l'oeil facade and the marble throne, circa 340 BC, Vergina.

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'Tomb of Eurydike'
Circa 340 BC

North-east of the palace, at the edge of the ancient city of Aigai and near the outskirts of the village of Vergina, two notable 'Macedonian tombs' have been found, the Rhomaios Tomb and the Tomb of Eurydike.

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In Focus - Macedonian Tombs


Macedonian Heritage
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