Hellenistic Structures > Tumulus of Kasta Hill

Tumulus of Kasta Hill


The Tumulus of Kasta Hill, also known as the Amphipolis Tomb, is an ancient burial mound located near the ancient city of Amphipolis in northern Greece. It is one of the most significant archaeological discoveries in recent Greek history, drawing attention for its impressive scale and historical implications.

Discovery and Excavation

Tomb Structure and Features

Significance and Theories

Archaeological Findings

Cultural and Historical Impact


The Tumulus of Kasta Hill stands as a testament to the grandeur and complexity of ancient Macedonian burial practices. Its discovery has significantly contributed to our understanding of the Hellenistic period, shedding light on the cultural and historical milieu of Alexander the Great’s era. As research and excavations continue, the tomb promises to reveal more about the fascinating history of ancient Macedonia.


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