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Mycenaean Tombs Discovered in Bodrum, Turkey
Monday, August 05, 2013
ANKARA, TURKEY—Mycenaean tombs have been unearthed in Bodrum by researchers from the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology. So far, archaeologists have recovered a canteen, a three-handled cup, a jug, a bronze razor, animal bones, glass, and beads from the 3,500-year-old tombs, according to excavation supervisor Yusuf Boysal.
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