The palace was discovered near Sparta and has been dated to the 17th -16th Century BC. The palace had approximately 10 rooms. Archaeologists have discovered clay figurines, a cup adorned with a bull’s head, swords and fragments of murals. The palace will help determine “political, administrative, economic and societal organisation of the region” and provide “new information on the beliefs and language systems of the Mycenaean people”, the culture ministry said in a statement.


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