Avraham Biran and Zev Radovan/© Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion

This charioteer vase is one of several Mycenaean imports—including gold, silver and ivory objects—found in a magnificent tomb uncovered at Dan. This tomb dates from the Late Bronze period (14th–13th centuries B.C.) when a Canaanite city occupied the site. However, thus far, only this tomb has been found to suggest the size and prosperity of the Late Bronze Age city.