The Greek Ministry of Culture has carried out an assessment of the conservation and enhancement works at Amphipolis in central Macedonia.
The famous archaeological site, which generated global media attention in 2014 following the discovery of the late 4th century BC Kasta Tomb, is currently undergoing a massive restoration project, with financial support from the EU’s Recovery and Resilience Fund.
The Ministry announced plans in 2017 to open the monumental tomb to the general public once restoration works have been com….
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via la Bibliothèque des sciences de l’Antiquité – Bibliothèque associée aux formations & à la recherche – Université de Lille (@bsaLille3)