Records of Fortune

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Inside the so-called tomb of Clytemnestra. tholos tomb, Mycenae. c.1300-1200 BC. 
Although the association of this tomb with Agamemnon’s wife, Clytemnestra, is a modern one, archaeological finds from within the tomb do suggest that a woman was buried here.
(by archer10 (Dennis))

Inside the so-called tomb of Clytemnestra. tholos tomb, Mycenae. c.1300-1200 BC. 

Although the association of this tomb with Agamemnon’s wife, Clytemnestra, is a modern one, archaeological finds from within the tomb do suggest that a woman was buried here.

(by archer10 (Dennis))

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