Archaeologists recently discovered a tomb packed with treasures in Greece, dating to the 15th century BC. The skeleton of a warrior was buried with more than 1400 objects, including weapons, jewels and gold and silver artifacts. In addition to the gold cups found resting on the warrior's chest, a bronze sword with a gold-covered ivory hilt was discovered beside the body. It is estimated that the warrior was 30-35 years of age when he died. The archaeological team hopes this discovery sheds light on the relationship between Greece and Crete, as may of the artifacts are believed to have Cretan origins.