The find reaffirms Cyprus's place in history as an intricate player in long-distance trade.
|A tomb discovered at the Late Bronze Age site of Dromolaxia-Vizakia, (Hala Sultan Tekke) in Cyprus in 2016 has revealed one of the richest bronze age burials ever discovered on Cyprus. The graves date to 1500 BC. The burial belonged to a rich family and had hidden treasures of over 100 ceramic vessels and precious gold ornaments and gem stones that were from several adjacent cultures.|
|Gemstones and five cylinder seals that came from the region as well as from Syria and Mesopotamia, along with gold earrings and gold Egyptian scarabs were found. |