Iron Peritrachelion (gorget) from Macedonian Tomb II of Vergina

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Antonios Gavriilidis
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published on 21 February 2022

Iron peritrachelion (gorget) with golden-silver decorative plate found in Macedonian Tomb II of Vergina, Imathia, Central Macedonia, Greece. The tomb is dated to between the end of the 4th century BCE and the beginning of the 3rd century BCE. Located at Archaeological Museum of the Great Tumulus of Vergina, Central Macedonia.

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Gavriilidis, A. (2022, February 21). Iron Peritrachelion (gorget) from Macedonian Tomb II of Vergina. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/15212/iron-peritrachelion-gorget-from-macedonian-tomb-ii/

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