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Classical Civilisations - What does the graves and tombs of both kings and commoners tell us about Mycenaean's.

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Haydn Alwahab- L5 Classical Civilisations - What does the graves and tombs of both kings and commoners tell us about Mycenaean's The legend of the ancient civilisation of Mycanae had been long forgotten. ...read more.

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Heinrich Schliemann having made a large profit decided to spend his profits on excavating the areas around Troy and eventually Mycennae. When Schliemann decided to spend his money on excavating the areas, many believed he was wasting his money. ...read more.

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Schliemann excited by his discovery in Troy, he then decided to go to Mycannae, in 1876. The objects found show us information about the way of life of Mycenaen people. In this essay I will discuss about the objects found in the graves and tombs and what information we can infer from the source. The first object I will discuss................................ ...read more.

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