Definition of Mycenae in English:

Mycenae

proper noun

  • An ancient city in Greece, situated near the coast in the north-eastern Peloponnese, the centre of the late Bronze Age Mycenaean civilization. The capital of King Agamemnon, it was at its most prosperous c.1400–1200 BC; systematic excavation of the site began in 1840.

Pronunciation

Mycenae

/mʌɪˈsiːniː/