Two daggers of Mycenaean period (13th – 12th century BC) with double-edged pointed bronze blade. Three parallel bars runs the middle of the blade in order to enhance it’s mechanical strength. The handle is made of dried olive tree wood attached on place by copper rivets. The case is made by thick leather with waxed outer surface. The stitching on the edges of the side walls is hand-made.At the first seath, two decorative cast rosettes are located in the middle of the outer surface of the casing.At the second seath has been decorated with flora patterns retrieved from Mycenaean decorative art (“repousse” traditional technique ) . Two brass rings are placed on the left and right of the opening to form the attachment points on the leather baldric for hanging the dagger over the hoplite’s shoulder. The total length of the manual is 28 cm. At the end of the handles two lath made pommels , made of dried olive oil wood from Attica region , have been properly attached with a pin.The external surface of them have been covered with a convex bronze element.