From Reuters: Rare Mycenaean grave unearthed.
Roadworks in southern Greece have unearthed a rare Mycenaean grave thought to be well over 3,000 years old and containing important burial offerings including a gold chalice, the culture ministry said on Monday.
Archaeologists said it appeared to be the grave of a local military official and was the first time a single grave had been found with such a combination of objects — including a bronze and gold sword, and a bronze spear point, knife and pot.
Pottery found in the grave dated it to around 1,200 BC. [continue]