Ancient royal tombs dating back more than 3,000 years uncovered in Greece

Two royal tombs dating back some 3,500 years and containing a hoard of revelatory ancient artefacts have been uncovered near a famed Mycenaean-era palace in southern Greece

The country’s culture ministry announced the opulent Bronze Age tombs had been found in Pylos, near the site of King Nestor’s vast palace, which features in Homer’​s Odyssey.

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