A new 3D digital representation of the Amphipolis tomb at Kasta Hill, reveals stunning details of the unique and recently discovered ancient Greek tomb.

The video, created by ‘AncientAthens3d’ studio, achieves a full digital reconstruction of Kasta Hill, the sphinxes that guard the tomb’s entrance, the caryatids of the second room, as well as the mosaic that decorated the floor before the main room.

The reconstruction is an artistic representation, based on the details published so far by the Greek Ministry of Culture.

Related: Follow the Amphipolis tomb excavation progress and updates. 


  1. Very nicely done and hopefully more to come. It appears the tomb is out of proportion with the mound which may very well be the case. .

  2. I have been following this since the announcement of the discovery, and at 52 years old I still cannot fathom how the ancients built temples this elaborate, but each and every archaeologist gets a round of applause from me for bringing them to light, and bringing tears to my eyes from the wonderment of the discoveries. Wow……….