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Manuel Bendala

Mycenae: the capital city of Homer’s Greece

2/1/2018

The Professor of Archaeology and archaeologist Manuel Bendala presents a journey through Mycenae, the birthplace of Agamemnon. During the nineteenth century, the German archaeologist H. Schliemann trusted the historicity of Homer’s poems, and apart from the ruins of Troy, decided to excavate those of Mycenae. The early excavations are discussed in this session, as well as other archaeological projects that unearthed exceptional vestiges of the city from the Earth and from oblivion –the Lion Gate, the Treasury of Atreus and the Mycenae palace, among others– a symbol of one of the most brilliant and important moments in the history of mankind.

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