One of the largest ancient Greek tombs ever discovered has been found by a team of archaeologists near the mythical city of Orchomenus containing the body of one man and a trove of artefacts dating back to B.C. 1400. The burial tomb for the unknown Mycenaean measures a massive 138 square feet in size, the Greek Ministry of Culture said in a statement. Careful excavation of the ceiling by the team of Greek and British archaeologists revealed the tomb belonged to a man of between 40 to 50-years-old at the time of his death, who had been laid out at its center.
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