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Lion of Amphipolis

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Spyros Kamilalis
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published on 03 July 2017
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The Lion of Amphipolis, the monument to Laomedon of Mytilene, one of Alexander the Great's generals.
Erected: Late 4th century BCE
Location: Amphipolis, Macedonia, Greece

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