|Summary:||One of 9 tholos tombs located outside the walls at Mycenae|
|Date:||1300 BC - 1250 BC|
Tholos is 14.60 m. in diameter and 13.40 m. high. Side chamber ca. 6 m. square and 5 m. high. Dromos, 36 m. long and 6 m wide.
|Period:||Late Bronze Age|
Subterranean circular chamber with a corbelled dome (hence also called "beehive tombs"), small adjacent rock-cut chamber and level dromos or access way leading to the side of the hill.
Largest and best preserved of the 9 tholos tombs at Mycenae. Believed to be one of the latest built. In Pausanias' time thought to have served originally as a treasury.