In the vicinity of the Great Tomb of the Aeges and a little further from the three royal Macedonian tombs, the remains of another Macedonian tomb were found in 1980, conventionally called the "tomb of the free columns", due to the free configuration of its facade with four free Doric columns.
Its construction is estimated around 300 BC. while the deceased he was hosting must have been accompanied by rich offerings, as was shown by the few but impressive findings that were recovered, as the tomb had been taken in antiquity.
Today, most of the tomb has been stoned and unfortunately only a few parts of the pilaster, the columns and a few stones of its walls are preserved.
Editor: Niki Kalopaidis