Amphipolis mosaic portrays Abduction of Persephone. The mosaic on the floor of the Greek tomb shows Persephone, daughter of Zeus and Demeter, as she is abducted by Pluto [Credit: Greece Ministry of Culture]
Tomb II from Tumulus A: c. 350--325BCE . The walls of this tomb are painted with features of a woman's room. Some of the painted objects "hanging" from the walls: a mirror, head-covering, ribbons, wreaths, a box, a protome of Aphrodite. Grave offerings were deposited around the built block on which was placed a wooden larnax containing the bones of a young woman and a new born.
Ancient Macedonia - Hellenistic painting and frescoes | Greek and Hellenistic painting and frescoes - Macedonian tomb at Agios Athanasios Macedonian tomb of Agios Athanasios, unearthed near the Thessaloniki metropolitan area, dated to the last years of the 4th century BC, shortly after the death of Alexander the Great.
The 200 BCE Tomb of Lyson and Kallikles is one of the four Macedonian tombs of #Lefkadia - On the three walls, there are two rows of rectangular niches in which pottery as well as ashes of the remains of burnt bones of the dead were found. A total of twenty-two niches were found, five of which were void. Above each funerary compartment, the name of the deceased is written. It appears that the men of the family were buried in the upper compartments, while the women were buried on the lower…