Definition of Mycenae in English:

Mycenae

proper noun

  • An ancient city in Greece, situated near the coast in the NE 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/