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Lord of the Rings: Rare discovery in Bronze Age tomb prompts new consideration of Greek history

When University of Cincinnati researchers uncovered the tomb of a Bronze Age warrior—left untouched for more than 3,500 years and packed with a spectacular array of precious jewelry, weapons and riches—the discovery was hailed by experts as "the find of a lifetime."
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