Three architrave pieces found in ancient Amphipolis

The archaeological excavation at the Amphipolis site unearthed three architrave (epistyle) pieces, about 80 cm to 1 meter long and 15 cm of height, at the Kasta tumulus, after the second diaphragmatic wall behind the caryatids.

The findings, bearing traces of blue and red colour, were transferred to the Amphipolis Archaeological Museum. According to Culture ministry sources, there are more unscathed architraves in the antechamber.

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