In 1885, and moved to the city of Mycenae, he found the so-called Mask of Agamemnon, (dating from the seventeenth century BC) and next to it, a set of golden cups, diadems, jewelry, pins or brooches, a sword enameled brass handle, a dagger (also bronze and beautifully decorated with a hunting scene) and up to 13 tombstones. With the discovery of these graves, which were the first performance of Mycenaean art found, it became known that the Mycenaeans were a commercial town with a very high-class luxury and given a certain influence of cultures such as the Cretan. Mycenae Schliemann identified with the legendary kingdom of Atreus, descent belonging to legendary heroes like King Atreus and his sons Agamemnon and Menelaus. To prove that was right, deepened his excavations discovering more finally the ruins of the former Mycenaean city, a wonderful ensemble that left stunned the archaeological community. Since then, critics silenced, even more so with the discovery of 20 corpses with abundant and rich grave goods, many objects of gold, bronze, ivory and amber.
Also found sixty boar teeth and a large group of stamps with prints of religious scenes, fights or hunting. The real Trojan War From Schliemman, it is possible to glimpse the true story of the war. As believed the archaeologist, sung by Homer facts are real, yes there was a city called Troy, and also a Mycenaean Greek culture. The difference is in the epic form (very common in ancient peoples) to narrate the facts.