In Greece, graves were built 3500 years ago.

Dec 2019
In Greece, American archaeologists discovered two monumental royal tombs that were built about 3,500 years ago near the main palace of the Mycenaean era in the southern region of Peloponnese. A statement from the Greek Ministry of Culture said that the roofs of both tombs near the Pylos Palace from the Bronze Age collapsed in antiquity and the chambers were filled with so much soil and debris that the robbers were unable to plunder them. Nevertheless, the graves were very badly damaged - unlike another Mycenaean grave found nearby in 2015, the tomb was filled with gold and silver, a huge amount of jewelry and valuable items.
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Apr 2010
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