In Perama Mylopotamos, an important underground vaulted tomb with a circular burial chamber lined with large slab-like stones built with an exhorbital structure system was discovered in 1997.
The tomb road leading to the chamber is downhill and quite long (about 14 meters long) and it is also carefully built and the side walls are partially lined with flagstones.
The entrance to the tomb is impressive, it is 2 meters high, with built pilasters and a lintel.
The floor of the chamber is paved with pebbles fixed with lime mortar.
Although the tomb was violated, offerings were saved that give us valuable information about burial practices of the period as well as about rituals that took place during the burial and later, like a "memorial".
Editor: Fotini Anastasopoulou