Mycenaean burials found in Turkey

Mycenaean burials found in Turkey

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Tombs are found mycenaean of more than 3,500 years in the excavations carried out by the Museum of Underwater Archeology of Bodrum, west of the Turkish town of Ortakent.

According to the Ministry of Tourism and Culture, they are very relevant from a scientific point of view.Among the articles There is cooked earth (made for construction), water bottles, three-handled glasses, a carafe, a razor, animal bones, and crystals and beads of various sizes.

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