Clytemnestra's Tomb

Mycenae has these distinctive cave tombs known as Tholos tombs
This is called the Tomb of Clytemnestra. Clytemnestra was the wife of Agamemnon
According to legend the Greeks were ready to sail to war with Troy but the winds were against them
The soosayers said that Agamemnon needed to sacrifice his daughter to appease the gods
When Agamemnon returned victorious from the Trojan war, Clytemnestra murdered him in revenge for their daughter

A close up of the tombs entrance with the typical Mycenaen arch

The ceiling of the tomb is a pointy triangle

Sonya striking a pose at the doorway