Kamilari Roman graveyard

Kamilari Roman graveyard
Kamilari Roman graveyard
Kamilari Roman graveyard

Roman Tombs of Kamilari

Located near the village of Kamilari in southern Crete, the Roman Tombs offer a glimpse into the island’s history during the Roman period. Discovered in 2010 following an attempted illegal excavation, the tombs are situated at the foot of Evgora Hill, close to Metochi Kamiliariou. The area was known locally as “Xospilios,” a name possibly derived from the Greek word for cave (“spilaio”), as locals believed the area to be hollow due to the muffled sounds heard when animals passed over it.

Archaeological Site: Key Points

  • Construction Period: Estimated to be around 50 AD, based on discovered coins.
  • Location: Kamilari, southern Crete, Greece.
  • Historical Significance: Provides valuable insights into Roman burial practices.
  • Current Status: Under the supervision of the Archaeological Service.
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