Mycenaean Place discovered at Sparta

On August 25, 2015 the Greek Culture Ministry announced: “The palace complex of Aghios Vassilios provides us with a unique opportunity to investigate, with the use of modern excavation and analysis methods, the creation and evolution of a Mycenaean palatial center in order to reconstruct the political, administrative, economic and social organization of the region. Alongside, it is estimated that new evidence on Mycenaean religion, linguistics and paleography will also be brought to light.”

Excavations at the site began in 2009. Finds include bronze swords, ceramic and bronze vessels, seals, a double – headed axe, and Linear B tablets describing the palace area’s textile and perfume production.

 Read the article here:

http://greece.greekreporter.com/2015/08/25/mycenaean-palace-offers-view-on-prehistoric-sparta/

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