The Archaeological Museum of Amphipolis is a museum in Amphipolis, Central Macedonia, Greece.
It is located in the archaeological site of ancient Amphipolis (a city founded in 437 BC), near River Strymon at close range of the Thessaloniki - Kavala national highway.
The most important exhibits in the museum are a seal and a number of figurines of the Neolithic period (6000-3000 BC), gold jewellery from the graves in the Kasta mound in the environs of Amphipolis, a figurine of a dancer performing the Peirihios Dance, three statues-of Orestes and Electra (2nd cent. BC), a female figure (4th cent. BC), and Aphrodite and Eros (2nd cent. BC)-a bust of the local deity Attis (1st cent. BC), a full-length siren tearing her hair and beating her breast, a silver reliquary with the gold olive wreath that was found inside it, and a gold wreath from a male burial.
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Amphipolis, GR 650 52
Serres, Macedonia, Greece
Tel: +30 23220 32474
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