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(AP News)   Archaeologists have discovered a pair of Bronze Age royal tombs in Greece, dating back approximately 3500 years   ( divider line
    More: Vintage, Mycenaean Greece, Trojan War, Minoan civilization, Bronze Age, monumental royal tombs, Homer, Greek mythology, Ancient Egypt  
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2019-12-17 7:07:13 PM  
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NeedlesslyCanadian: God damn, I love shiat like this. This isn't even 'proper' Greece in the way most people think of it, these tombs are from two thousand years before Thermopylae,

One thousand. I can math.
2019-12-17 11:27:53 PM  
5 votes:
Gobekli tepe tells them to get off his lawn.
2019-12-18 8:01:20 AM  
1 vote:

LrdPhoenix: no one knows exactly who they were

Sherden, Sheklesh, Lukka, Tursha and Akawasha, duh
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