Emblematic gold funerary offerings
From grave IV, Circle A of Mycenae. 2nd half of 16th c. BC.
ΝΑΜ, Π 259, 308, 309, 252, 294
The young “prince” of tomb IV was buried with mask, sceptre and breastplate as well as seven swords, four knives and two daggers that indicated his weapons supremacy in life.