Mycenae and Tiryns are two ancient cities of the Mycenaean civilization in Greece. Their archaeological sites are today a World Heritage Site. They contain important ruins from the 15th to the 12th century BC, and are the forerunner in the development of classical Greek culture. The archaeological site of Mycenae is located about 90 km to the southwest of Athens, in northeastern Peloponnese. It was an important centre of Greek civilization in the second millennium BC.
He was an unusually educated man for his time, being able to read and write in Akkadian, Aramaic and Sumerian, and having a proficient understanding of Astronomy and Mathematics, as well as military, civil and political aptitude. Ashurbanipal as High Priest