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Reproduction of a jar with lilies Emile Gilliéron & Fils Period: Late Minoan IA Date: ca. 1600-1525 B.C. Culture: Minoan Medium: painted plaster.  The original is in the Herakleion Archaeological Museum, Crete.

Reproduction of a jar with lilies Emile Gilliéron & Fils Period: Late Minoan IA Date: ca. The original is in the Herakleion Archaeological Museum, Crete.

Minoan girl

Fresco of Minoan beauty 1600 BC Crete Greece / from their art, seem the most fascinating people!

Gold pendant with granulated ornament Late Bronze Age Date: ca. 1400–1050 B.C. Culture: Cypriot Medium: Gold

Gold pendant with granulated ornament Period: Late Bronze Age Date: ca. Culture: Cypriot Medium: Gold Dimensions: L. cm) Classification: Gold and Silver Credit Line: The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription,

Chlorite amphoriskos (small jar) Period: Late Bronze Age Date: early 12th century B.C. Culture: Cypriot Medium: Chlorite

Chlorite vase Inscribed with Cypro-Minoan script or very early Phoenician. This was early script on Cyprus island.

Kamarian ware pottery vessel from Knossos, 1800 BCE. "Kamares wares are a distinctive type of ceramic produced in Crete during the Minoan period, dating to MM IA, ca. 2100 BCE. By the LM IA period, ca. 1450 BCE, or the end of the First Palace Period, these wares decline in distribution and vitality." text from seller.

Kamarian ware pottery vessel from Knossos, 1800 BCE. "Kamares wares are a distinctive type of ceramic produced in Crete during the Minoan period, ca 2100 BC. By the LM IA period, ca 1450 BC, these wares decline in distribution/ vitality." text from seller

Late-Minoan gold ring (Archeological Museum, Athens), three priestesses, the double-axe, and a tree representing the Goddess

Late-Minoan gold ring (Archeological Museum, Athens), three priestesses, the double-axe, and a tree representing the Goddess

Minoan Art  Labrys pithos – 1500BC  Knossos Palace

Bronze Age Etruscan Art: Pottery ETRUSCAN FASCES IS ALMOST READY Knossos Palace Crete.--> Bronze age art that was a part of Ovid's myths and during the time. It shows how art has changed over the years from the Bronze to the Silver ages to now.

One of the famous "snake tubes" which have been found in Crete, Greece, Aegean islands and the Levant (west Asia). This Cretan example has the "horns of consecration" and a long spout for pouring libation.

One of the famous "snake tubes" which have been found in Crete, Greece, Aegean islands and the Levant (west Asia). This Cretan example has the "horns of consecration" and a long spout for pouring libation.

Speciality tripod vessel with lid, shaped boat // Vaulted Tomb from Leven Messaras, Crete // EarlyMinoan Era I - PrePalatial Period (2700 BC)

Speciality tripod vessel with lid, shaped boat // Vaulted Tomb from Leven Messaras, Crete // EarlyMinoan Era I - PrePalatial Period BC)

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