The ARCHAEOLOGICAL footpath from the Mycenaean period in the Classical age



   Right beside the public road Pteleos - Saint Theodore at kilometer point 4 from high school Grammatikeio Pteleos, in (hill) 'Gritsa' Pteleos Magnesia Greese location, excavated in 1950 (f 1 - f 2) by archaeologist Nicholas M. Verdelis the expense of the Archaeological Society of Athens vaulted ( tholos ) Mycenaean tomb.
The tholos tomb A is the best preserved.
The road (dromos) of the tomb is directed from west to east and it is 2.90 m long. The orifice begins with a width of 1.20 long and ends 1.02 m long at the entrance of the tholos.
The lintel at the entrance of the tholos has not been preserved in its location but we know that it was made up of two large slabs.
The tholos is circular with a diameter of 4.06 m and existing height of 3.10 m. It is also built by thin slabs.
The initial height of the dome has been estimated to be 4.50 m long.
The floor of the dome is lower than the floor of the road (dromos) by 0,20m ......

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