Dan Fallu discovered fragment of Ancient “Throne of Agamemnon”

“I treat this find no differently than any other: I simply want to extract as much information as possible and have worked to find the similarities and dissimilarities between this and the only unequivocally known Bronze Age Greek throne, at Knossos,” says Fallu, who has been working at Mycenae and near Corinth and Sparta as a part of his graduate studies at Boston University. “It certainly is exciting that this could be the throne from the throne room itself,” Fallu adds. ”Any stone seat is a rarity, and even the choice of stone might be important as we discover more about these sites during this difficult time in prehistory.”

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