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The second tomb, which was discovered under thick layers of sediment dated in the Archaic, later Roman and meso-Byzantine periods, was constructed in the early Mycenaean era.
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Many tombs at the site contained elite burial goods and furnishings and were devastatingly looted in the 1970s, with this problem continuing ever since with many priceless items ending up in the networks of the international illicit trade in antiquities.
In order to combat the threat of continued looting, the Tombs of Aidonia Preservation, Heritage, and Exploration Synergasia will implement a program to secure the site and educate the local community about the tangible and intangible losses associated with looting.