On a narrow bulldozed terrace on the SE side of the Englianos ridge, about 1 km. NE of the Palace of Nestor, two chamber tombs are cut into the bedrock, their dromoi facing SE and separated from each other by c. 3.5 m.[095.20][113.24] Only the back of the chambers are preserved; the dromoi and front of the chambers were presumably destroyed when the terrace was bulldozed. The back walls of the chambers are preserved to a maximum height of 1.8 m., their floors to a max. depth of 1.3 m., and their ceilings to a max. depth of 0.6 m. Max. pres. W. of the chambers is 1.7 m.
Between the summers of 1993 and 1994 both tombs were excavated illegally; holes were dug into the chambers and a pile of backdirt lay in front of each.[095.18] No artifacts were found by us in this debris and none can be clearly associated with use of either tomb.
The single body sherd collected from this site must be loosely dated to the period range Byz-EMod. The sherd is worn, with traces of white slip covered by green glaze on the interior.