Category Archives: Mycenae

Ancient Pagan Ritualistic Artifacts Discovered in Israel Show a Link With Mycenaean Greece

Archaeologists working in a planned construction area for the Israel Antiquities Authority have discovered more than 100 artifacts that were used in ancient pagan rituals. 3,500-year-old incense vessels and decorative ritual cups were found buried in a rock hollow. Professor … Continue reading

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Newly Discovered Mycenaen Tombs Could Be Evidence of Classless Society

Five chamber tombs were recently opened near Mycenae which date to 1350-1200 BC – the time of the Mycenaean Golden Age. Archaeologists have not yet found any elite burials, despite a wealth of human remains. One of the directors of … Continue reading

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