Archaeologists have found two tombs of around 3400 years old near the Greek city of Nemea. The tombs date from between 1200 and 1400 BC and are still completely intact according to the Greek Ministry of Culture. The burial chambers were built in the Mycenaean period in the country.
According to archaeologists, the tombs were used for five funerals. In addition, the bones of another fourteen people have been moved there, write Greek media.
The first excavations began in the area in southern Greece in the 1970s. Even then tombs from the same period were discovered. However, these had already been robbed in the years before. In the years that followed many objects were stolen from the burial chambers.