This is the mound where the dead Athenian heroes from Marathon are supposed to be buried. I can not but wonder thou, how can the mound still be visible today if it was excavated? It seems logical to assume that what we see today is a reconstruction.
Here you see the inside of the mound of the dead soldiers from Plataea (only eight bodies were found!), probably buried where they fell.
A front row chair for one of the priests in the small theatre at the sanctuary of Amphiaraus.
This is actually (probably) a piece of an ancient original cult statue, more exactly the left arm.