Greek archaeologists make new discoveries in Vergina

A Macedonian tomb in Vergina, Greece.

A Macedonian tomb in Vergina, Greece. Image by Peter O'Sullivan / CC BY 2.0

Archaeologists have discovered new treasures from the ancient site in Vergina in northern Greece. The discoveries were made in the Tsakiridis section in the centre of the ancient city Aegae. Among them are clay figurines and other objects, and they have been dated back to the Hellenistic and Roman eras. Read more: greece.greekreporter.com

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