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More than 500 gold, silver and bronze exhibits from a royal tomb were displayed at Oxford's Ashmolean Museum.
They were discovered in the ancient palace of Aegae in Macedonia, Greece.
Macedonian art specialist, Dr Angeliki Kottaridi, said: "This exhibition is the most important Greek cultural event in many years."
Dr Christopher Brown, director of the museum said: "It is a tremendous honour for the Ashmolean to be the first place where people can see the latest discoveries from Aegae."
Heracles to Alexander the Great: Treasures from the Royal Capital of Macedon, A Hellenic Kingdom in the Age of Democracy, (Oxford's Ashmolean Museum)
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