Greek Archaeologists Unearth 3,600-Year-Old Mycenaean Palace near Sparta

Archaeologists working at the site of Agios Vasileios in the valley of Sparta, southern Peloponnese, have discovered the ruins of an ancient palace of the Mycenaean period and a number of artifacts, including Linear B clay tablets, swords, and other luxury items. The palace had ten rooms and was likely built around 1,600 BC. It [...] —> Read More