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Painted Hypogeum - Constantza (panorama by O. Liviu Vasile)

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The tomb was discovered in 1988 close to the steep Constantza shoreline and was part of a necropolis area in which about 200 tombs were escavated. It was built in the first half of the 4th century A.D. and used in two phases, until the beginning of the 5th century.

  • Celia about 1 year ago
    Is it possible to visit this hypogeum or any of the other tombs in Constanta? I am a Bronze Age Mediterranean archaeologist and will be visiting Constanta for one day with a cruise ship (I lecture on board). Please reply to Thanks! Celia
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