Beehive tomb

a type of subterranean tomb of the Mycenaean civilization consisting of a domed chamber entered by a passage through a hillside.
Historical Examples

Men came to this beehive tomb in the old days of Mycenae, down a long passage with a high stone wall on either side.
Buried Cities: Pompeii, Olympia, Mycenae Jennie Hall


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