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Amfipolis - the excavations brought to light a large part of the walls with towers & gates, graves of various types, sanctuaries, houses and the Gymnasium of the town, AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES
Amfipolis - the excavations brought to light a large part of the walls with towers & gates, graves of various types, sanctuaries, houses and the Gymnasium of the town
Amfipolis - the nearest neolithic settlement was discovered on a hill adjacent to the ancient town, where rich finds from its cemetery show that a considerable settlement also existed in the Early Iron Age, AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES
Amfipolis - the nearest neolithic settlement was discovered on a hill adjacent to the ancient town, where rich finds from its cemetery show that a considerable settlement also existed in the Early Iron Age
Amfipolis - the site's excavations started actually in 1956 & continued until 1984 with the support of the Archaeological Society & the Min. of Culture, AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES
Amfipolis - the site's excavations started actually in 1956 & continued until 1984 with the support of the Archaeological Society & the Min. of Culture
Amfipolis, a golden wreath of olive leaves that is exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Amfipolis, AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES
Amfipolis, a golden wreath of olive leaves that is exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Amfipolis
Amfipolis, a part of the ancient town that had towers and gates, AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES
Amfipolis, a part of the ancient town that had towers and gates
Amfipolis, a sirver ossuary containing a golden wreath of olive leaves is now exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Amfipolis, AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES
Amfipolis, a sirver ossuary containing a golden wreath of olive leaves is now exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Amfipolis
Amfipolis, the Lion of Amfipolis (a burial monument of the 4th c. b.C.) was restored near the position it was discovered, next to the west bank of Strymon, close to the bridge, AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES
Amfipolis, the Lion of Amfipolis (a burial monument of the 4th c. b.C.) was restored near the position it was discovered, next to the west bank of Strymon, close to the bridge
Amfipolis, the lion of Amphipolis (4th cent. BC), AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES
Amfipolis, the lion of Amphipolis (4th cent. BC)
Amfipolis, the numerous finds from the excavations are housed in the Archaeological Museum of Amphipolis and in the Archaeological Museum of Kavala, AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES
Amfipolis, the numerous finds from the excavations are housed in the Archaeological Museum of Amphipolis and in the Archaeological Museum of Kavala
Amfipolis, the Roman period was a time of prosperity for the town, which, as a station on the Via Egnatia and the capital of a rich hinterland, grew economically and culturally, AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES
Amfipolis, the Roman period was a time of prosperity for the town, which, as a station on the Via Egnatia and the capital of a rich hinterland, grew economically and culturally
Amfipolis, the town was an Athenian colony of strategic importance near the fruitful Strymonas vale and the Paggaio gold mines, AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES
Amfipolis, the town was an Athenian colony of strategic importance near the fruitful Strymonas vale and the Paggaio gold mines
Amfipolis, the town was founded in 438 BC, though the area had been inhabited since the prehistoric era, AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES
Amfipolis, the town was founded in 438 BC, though the area had been inhabited since the prehistoric era
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