Heavy rain uncovers Mycenaean cemetery in Greece

Published on September 21st, 2011 | by Admin

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Heavy rainfall has uncovered five Mycenaean tombs in Soha, Greece.

Five box-shaped Mycenaean era tombs were unearthed in Soha, near Vaskina village, some ten kilometers northwest of Leonidio, by recent heavy rainfall. The most impressive of the funerary gifts found in the graves were several clay sympotic vases.

According to archaeologists, the finds dating back to the 14th century BC.

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