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9.3.4: Lion Gate

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    Approaching Mycenae was awe inspiring: a massive hill, walls of enormous stones, and the fearsome Lion Gate.

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    Grave Circle A
    Shafts, Grave Circle B
    "Palace" Megaron foundation, Mycenae
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    View of Mycenae
    Beth looks past the "Palace" to the sea, Mycenae
    Lion Gate, interior walls, Mycenae, c. 1300-1250 B.C.E.
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    "Palace" Courtyard, Mycenae
    Ramp within walls, Mycenae
    Shaft, Grave Circle A
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    "Palace" Porch, Mycenae
    Grave Circle A
    View of "Palace," Mycenae
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    "Palace" entry, Mycenae
    Lion Gate, Mycenae, c. 1300-1250 B.C.E.
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