We really cannot believe that a poet of the seventh century had made excavations in Mycenaean graves.
Don dropped into an armchair and began to load his pipe from the Mycenaean vase.
One can but say that only within the last thirty years have we found, or, finding, have recognised Mycenaean burial records.
Mycenaean tombs and other antiquities have been found (see Cyprus).
In 1895 Dr. Tsountas found twenty arrow-heads of bronze, ten in each bundle, in a Mycenaean chamber tomb.
Lead, in fact, was perfectly familiar to the Mycenaean prime.
The resemblance to some of the finest objects of Mycenaean work is very striking.
Did a race so backward hit on an idea unknown to the Mycenaean Greeks?
The discs on the box and on the dress of the bearers suggest those which were found in such numbers in the Mycenaean shaft-graves.
Homer did not live in or describe the Mycenaean prime, with its stone arrow-tips.
1590s, "pertaining to Mycenae," the ancient city on the Argive plain, from Latin Mycenaeus, from Greek Mykenaios "of Mycenae," from Mykenai. In reference to the Aegean civilization that flourished 1500-1100 B.C.E. and was centered on Mycenae, it is from 1890s.