The "Street of Tombs" (the ancient name is unknown)
is a branch of the "Sacred Way" and led to Piraeus.
It had, on both sides, funerary monuments erected, in between
5 th- 4th century BC, by wealthy families. The beautiful
grave steles found here give the impression of an open-air
The most important funerary monuments found here are:
- The tomb of Dionysios, son of Alfino from Kollytos, dated
- The stele of Dexileos from Thorikon, son of Lysanias,
killed in the battle against Spartans, in 394 BC
- The stele of Hegeso, daughter of Proxenou, dated 410 BC.
- The Stele of Pamphile and Demetrias, dated late 4th century