The macedonian tomb Γ

It is a single-chamber Macedonian tomb with a pedimental façade made of poros blocks. The door opening was sealed with large blocks of sandstone. The door leafs were found broken and piled up on the floor of the chamber. Along the north side of the chamber, a ledge built of red-plastered stones supported a red-figure pelike, which probably contained the remains of the cremation. The tomb was looted at least four times. Remains of a dead man were found in the deposits above the top of the tumulus. Inside the chamber two disturbed skeletons were found. Fragments of an oinochoe, a handless skyphos, a fish-plate etc were the offerings to the deceased.