Tomb II is a generation later than Philip II's death.I agree with this interpretation as the weight inscriptions on the silver from Tomb II cannot, in my view, be earlier than the reign of Alexander the Great (if they were applied in Macedonia). My research (which is due to be published this summer) seems to be cited (without acknowledgement):
a number of silver vessels discovered in Tomb II and Tomb III are inscribed with their ancient weights, which use a measurement system introduced by Alexander the Great a generation after Philip II's death.So where was Philip II buried? My hunch is that Tomb I is a likely candidate—and that it was looted in 274 BCE.
Who do I think was buried in Tomb II? You will have to wait and see ...
The plain at Vergina from the Royal Palace © David Gill