Archaeologists uncover 'extremely important' ancient tomb in Greece

Archaeologists uncover 'extremely important' ancient tomb in Greece
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Archaeologists in northern Greece have unearthed an ancient burial site that likely dates back to 325-300 B.C., built after the death of Alexander the Great.

The heavily guarded tomb should be opened within the next two weeks, The Associated Press reports. The archaeologists have already uncovered steps that lead to a path surrounded by masonry walls and an arch covering two sphinxes.

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