“The cemetery near the modern settlement of Mazarakia is a unique case of organized and extensive cemetery in the Roman period in Thesprotia. In total, approximately 200 graves, different categories have been investigated: tile roof, stone-filled pokes, non-coverage and built-in (lithium) as well as built burial monuments, dating back to the late 1st century. e.g. Until the beginning of almost 3rd century. A.D.”. “In the cemetery, all types of burial practices have been used, burning dead, burials and injectors in vessels, with combustion, usually applied for adult individuals, regardless of sex, to outweigh the other practices. It is an outdoor area, constantly open.