In 1977 the excavations of M.. Andronikos unearthed the royal tombs of the Great Tumulus, among which the most important was that of Philip II (359-336 BC), a discovery that was considered as one of the most important archaeological events our century. Since the excavation continues and has revealed a number of significant monuments.
The most important monuments of the archaeological site of Vergina - Goats are:
The royal tombs of the Great Tumulus. The group includes three Macedonian tombs and a cist. Among them include the asylitos tomb of Philip II (336p.Ch.) and a plundered cist tomb probably belonged to King Alexander IV (310p.Ch.). These two tombs are decorated with bright murals, large branded artists.
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