Amphipolis Tomb May Undergo Restoration
The Greek Reporter writes that restoration is a possibility for the Amphipolis Tomb, also known as the Kasta Tomb. Though archaeologists still have to determine who was buried in the main tomb, but so far excavations have revealed two marble sphinxes at the entrance to the tomb, a mosaic and fresco, skeletal remains of five bodies, among other things. The tomb dates back to the 4th century CE, and its burial mound is the largest ever found in Greece. Read more about the restoration at the Greek Reporter.