Thule Tomb

During the Mycenaean period (1600-1400 BC) a king built a Thule tomb for his queen to demonstrate his power and express his love and devotion to her. During the excavation two gold necklaces, along with many amphorae, cylices, and a variety of pots were uncovered and some are on display at the Archaeological Museum in Chora. The site of the tomb was also the location, many years later, where the famous pirate Barbarossa built his observatory.

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