|Statement||by Manolis Andronikos.|
|Series||Albert Reckitt archaeological lecture -- 1979|
Get this from a library! The finds from the royal tombs at Vergina. [Manolēs Andronikos; British Academy.]. The finds from the royal tombs at Vergina by Manolis Andronikos, unknown edition, Share this book. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. Embed. Edit. Last edited by Budelberger. | History. An edition of The finds from the royal tombs at Vergina (). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. The finds from the royal tombs at Vergina / Lists | Open Library. Vergina: The Royal Tombs and the Ancient City. (7 ratings by Goodreads) Hardback; to gain a closer idea of archaeological finds. Once I had decided to write the book, I considered it essential not to limit myself to the recent impressive finds from the royal tombs, but to set before the reader a synoptic but solid account of all the.
In his book, “Vergina: The Royal Tombs,” Andronicos says the discovery provided “new information about Macedonian Hellenism.” Previous knowledge concerning Philip II . Excavations at Vergina in northern Greece in the late s CE unearthed a cluster of tombs thought to be the burial site of Philip II (r. BCE), the father of Alexander the Great (r. BCE), with a wife interred in a vaulted chamber beside him. Weapons, armour, gold and silver artefacts lay beside precious ossuaries containing cremated bones in these unique tombs close to the. This book is the ultimate book about the excavations in and around Vergina and in particular for the tombs found in the Great Tumulus. Manolis Andronicos largely dedicated his life to archeology and after much determination he is the one who has discovered the undisturbed resting place of King Philip II of Macedonia under the Great Tumulus in s: 5. This book is the ultimate book about the excavations in and around Vergina and in particular for the tombs found in the Great Tumulus. Manolis Andronicos largely dedicated his life to archeology and after much determination he is the one who has discovered the undisturbed resting place of King Philip II of Macedonia under the Great Tumulus in s: 5.
Finds from the Royal Tombs at Vergina [Andronicos, Manolis] on *FREE* shipping on eligible orders. Finds from the Royal Tombs at VerginaAuthor: Manolis Andronicos. The Finds from the Royal Tombs at Vergina Albert Reckitt archaeological lecture, ISSN Albert Reckitt archaeological lecture, British Academy Volume 65 of Proceedings of the British Academy: Author: Manolēs Andronikos: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Oxford University Press, ISBN: , Length: 13 pages. Vergina - the glorious sun of humankind. In , on the southern Macedonia plain, 80 km southeast of Thessaloniki, at the foot of Pierian Mountains, one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time was ancient city of Aigai, the first capital of the kingdom of Macedonia was brought to light. The richness of the finds is rare and of incalculable archaeological and historical. The finds from the excavations are exhibited in the protective shelter over the royal tombs of Vergina and in the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki. The first excavations on the site were carried out in the 19th century by the French archaeologist L. Heuzey and were resumed in the 's, after the liberation of Macedonia, by K. Rhomaios.