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Aigai, the archaeological site
The most important monuments on the site are the following:

The royal tombs in the Great Tumulus. This group includes three Macedonian tombs and one cist-grave. One of them was the tomb of king Philip II and another probably belonged to king Alexander IV. These two graves were found unplundered and are lavishly decorated with splendid wall paintings, made by great and famous artists.

The royal tombs to the NW of the city. Two Macedonian tombs are included in this group, the so-called ...
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See also
Other monuments of the archaeological site
The Vergina palace
Aigai, the so-called tomb of Persephone
Aigai, the so-called tomb of the ''free columns''
Aigai, the tomb of Alexander IV