Tomb of Odysseus
In 1991, archeologist Lazaros Kolonas discovered a hive-shaped tomb near Poros in Kefalonia. [photos] After jewelry matching the description in Homer’s Odyssey was found there, and finding other similarities, in 2005 it was claimed that this was the tomb of Odysseus and that therefore Poros was the “Ithaca” of ancient Greece. [news article] [again]
Guide to archeological finds in Kefalonia. The tomb is still being excavated.