That Schliemann tampered with the evidence is also suggested by this plate (compare with drawing) from an atlas of plates that Schliemann published in French and German editions. The plate records Schliemann’s excavation of 56 gold earrings and other jewelry. When he first had the drawing made for the plate, he left no room at the top for a heading—probably because the rings came from a variety of findspots. Only later did he give the plate the heading “Trésor de Priam,” adding the rings to the hoard discovered on May 31.