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Amphipolis Tomb Dig Reveals Mosaic Floor


A dig at Ancient Amphipolis, in central Macedonia, a tomb from the era of Alexander the Great, revealed a mosaic of random while marble pieces against a red background. The mosaic, part of the tomb's floor, was uncovered after archeologists removed debris.

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