3000 year old Greek tomb found. That’s for Dielli, of course.
The find is a miniature version of the large, opulent tombs built by the rulers of Greece during the Mycenaean era, which ended around 1100 B.C.
She said the tomb contained several human skeletons, as well as smashed pottery, two seal stones, beads made of semiprecious stones, copper implements, and clay loom weights.
It appeared to have been plundered during antiquity.
With a nine-foot (three-meter) diameter, the tomb is very small compared to others, such as the Tomb of Atreus in Mycenae, which was more than 46 feet (14 meters) across and built of stones weighing up to 120 tons.
The Learning Pyramid, which is important when thinking about what to do when teaching. The last few days we’ve been doing “discussion” which is 50% memory.