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by Archaeology Newsroom

Tumuli

Since 1980, to the west of Dion tymboi of the Early Iron Age (1000-700 BC) have been excavated. They usually contain box-shaped graves, whose funeral offerings are, mainly, pottery. The women’s jewelry is made of copper, rarely of gold and semi-precious stones such as sard. The pottery is closely related to that of Thessaly.