Death around the Palace of Nestor
This talk with Dr. Joanne Murphy, University of North Carolina, discusses excavations that brought to light the earliest and best preserved Mycenaean palace in Greece. Pylos is the only palace with cemeteries nearby that have been excavated using modern methods and are well-recorded. The remains shed light on both local political developments and the site's ties to the broader Mediterranean world.
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