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Mycenae is one of the most important Bronze Age archaeological sites in Greece. It gave its name to the Mycenaean civilization, and as Homer tells us in the Iliad, its king, Agamemnon, led a thousand ships to conquer Troy. Page ContentsDescription and SignificanceThe Archaeological SiteThe Mycenaean Citadel Outside the CitadelThe Treasury of AtreusMycenae Archaeological MuseumHistoryPracticalitiesOther Places … Continue reading "MYCENAE – The Most Powerful Bronze Age Kingdom"
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No Belize vacation is complete without a visit to the beautifully preserved ancient Mayan archaeological sites. Read on to learn about each of the 7 protected Maya archaeological sites you can visit on your trip.
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This article suggests a list of some of the best archaeological sites in the world. A brief summary explains the historical and archaeological significance of each site.
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From the Neolithic Age to the Roman Empire, Turkey has 28 archaeological sites. Here are some of the best.
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The Theater at Petra, seen from the northeast, 2014
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Archaeological Site of Delphi in Delphi, Greece #worldheritage #delphi #greece
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The monkeys are not cooperating. Neither, for that matter, is Mother Nature. It is our second full day in the Riviera Maya, exploring the relatively unspoiled Caribbean coastline of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. We begin our Riviera Maya ecotourism adventure bright and early in the morning with a trip to Punta Laguna, a small Mayan village that has been owned by the same family for 3 generations. The village is part of a government-protected nature reserve called Ma'ax Yetel Kooh, which is…
Five of our favorite prehistoric sites in Italy, from the Bronze Age version of Pompeii to the Sassi of Matera, the nuraghe of Sardinia, and more
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