https://www.archaeology.org/news/924...ece-elis-tombs

"ILIA, GREECE—According to a Keep Talking Greece report, Greece’s Ministry of Culture and Sports announced the discovery of eight burials dated to the late fourth through the second century B.C. during rescue excavations on private land in southern Greece. The tombs include three burial pits, four box-shaped burials, and a tomb with a tiled roof that are thought to have been part of the western necropolis of the ancient city of Elis. A bronze urn with handles decorated with flowers and lion heads and a bronze folding mirror were recovered from one of the burial pits, which has been dated to the end of the fourth to the beginning of the third century B.C. Pottery and a marbled tombstone with a gabled crown were also unearthed. "

I can't tell from this whether there are bones which could be analyzed for genetic material or if the remains were cremated.