• Erotic 5th cnetury BC attica style anfora of two men, black against an potrange background, Caolina Murat Collection inv no 27670, Secret Museum or Secret Cabinet, Naples National Archaeological Museum , grey art background
  • Erotic 5th cnetury BC attica style anfora of two men, black against an potrange background, Caolina Murat Collection inv no 27670, Secret Museum or Secret Cabinet, Naples National Archaeological Museum , black background
  • Erotic 5th cnetury BC attica style anfora of two men, black against an potrange background, Caolina Murat Collection inv no 27670, Secret Museum or Secret Cabinet, Naples National Archaeological Museum , grey background
  • Erotic 5th cnetury BC attica style anfora of two men, black against an potrange background, Caolina Murat Collection inv no 27670, Secret Museum or Secret Cabinet, Naples National Archaeological Museum
  • Erotic 5th cnetury BC attica style anfora of two men, black against an potrange background, Caolina Murat Collection inv no 27670, Secret Museum or Secret Cabinet, Naples National Archaeological Museum , white background
  • Greek Attica pottery plate with erotic depiction of a man and women, 5th century BC, Secret Museum or Secret Cabinet, Naples National Archaeological Museum , grey art background
  • Greek Attica pottery plate with erotic depiction of a man and women, 5th century BC, Secret Museum or Secret Cabinet, Naples National Archaeological Museum , art background
  • Greek Attica pottery plate with erotic depiction of a man and women, 5th century BC, Secret Museum or Secret Cabinet, Naples National Archaeological Museum , white background
  • Greek Attica pottery plate with erotic depiction of a man and women, 5th century BC, Secret Museum or Secret Cabinet, Naples National Archaeological Museum , black background
  • 560-550 B.C Etruscan attica style amfora painted in the style of Lydos, inv 70995,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , grey art background
  • 3rd - 2nd century B.C Etruscan architectural voitive plaques of women, inv 4770, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy  , grey art background
  • Three quarters view of the 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy  , grey art background
  • 560-550 B.C Etruscan attica style amfora painted in the style of Lydos, inv 70995,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , grey art background
  • A late 4th early 3rd century B.C Etruscan Kernos, or a ceramic ring eith cups or vases, which may have been used in religious rituals, made in Teano, inv 83957, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy  , grey art background
  • Early 3rd century B.C Etruscan wine Krater, black and overpainted with a leaf design, inv 4382, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy  , grey art background
  • An Etruscan Dinos ( style of vase) with a face, from the Group of Dinoi Campana Ribbon Painter,  540-520 B.C. inv 3784, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , grey art background
  • 580 - 560 B.C olpai style jug made by the Etrusco-Corinthian Group of Palmette Fenicie, inv 71019,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy  , grey art background
  • 3rd - 2nd century B.C Etruscan architectural voitive plaques of women, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy  , grey art background
  • 560 - 540 B.C Etrusccan Tyrrhenian( Tirrenica) Amfora painted by Prometheus (Prometeo) made on Pescia Romana (Viterbo), inv 70993,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , grey art background
  • Etruscan bucchero jug with a face,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy, grey art background
  • 323-300B.C Etruscan Hellenistisc style column Krater with red figure of a young man against a black background, made in Volterra (Pisa), National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , grey art background
  • 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy  , grey art background
  • 6th century Etruscan bucchero style skyphos jug made in Chiusina, inv 2831, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy  , grey art background
  • Side view of the 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy  , grey art background
  • Early 3rd century B.C oenochoe, wine jug, with a trilobata spout, black and overpainted , inv 4380,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy  , grey art background
  • 560-550 B.C Etruscan attica style amfora painted in the style of Lydos, inv 70995,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • A 4th century B.C Etruscan Askoi, olive oil or wine jar, in the shape of a duck, terracotta illustrated with black paint, inv 4233, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • 560-550 B.C Etruscan attica style amfora painted in the style of Lydos, inv 70995,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • 560-550 B.C Etruscan attica style amfora painted in the style of Lydos, inv 70995,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • 3rd - 2nd century B.C Etruscan architectural voitive plaques of women, inv 4770, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • Etruscan bucchero jug with a face,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • 323-300B.C Etruscan Hellenistisc style column Krater with red figure of a young man against a black background, made in Volterra (Pisa), National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • Three quarters view of the 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • Side view of the 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • 560-550 B.C Etruscan attica style amfora painted in the style of Lydos, inv 70995,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • 560-550 B.C Etruscan attica style amfora painted in the style of Lydos, inv 70995,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • A 4th century B.C Etruscan Askoi, olive oil or wine jar, in the shape of a duck, terracotta illustrated with black paint, inv 4233, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • A 4th century B.C Etruscan Askoi, olive oil or wine jar, in the shape of a duck, terracotta illustrated with black paint, inv 4233, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • A 4th century B.C Etruscan Askoi, olive oil or wine jar, in the shape of a duck, terracotta illustrated with black paint, inv 4233, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • A 4th century B.C Etruscan Askoi, olive oil or wine jar, in the shape of a duck, terracotta illustrated with black paint, inv 4233, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • An Etruscan Dinos ( style of vase) with a face, from the Group of Dinoi Campana Ribbon Painter,  540-520 B.C. inv 3784, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy, white background
  • An Etruscan Dinos ( style of vase) with a face, from the Group of Dinoi Campana Ribbon Painter,  540-520 B.C. inv 3784, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • An Etruscan Dinos ( style of vase) with a face, from the Group of Dinoi Campana Ribbon Painter,  540-520 B.C. inv 3784, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • 580 - 560 B.C olpai style jug made by the Etrusco-Corinthian Group of Palmette Fenicie, inv 71019,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • 580 - 560 B.C olpai style jug made by the Etrusco-Corinthian Group of Palmette Fenicie, inv 71019,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • 580 - 560 B.C olpai style jug made by the Etrusco-Corinthian Group of Palmette Fenicie, inv 71019,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • 580 - 560 B.C olpai style jug made by the Etrusco-Corinthian Group of Palmette Fenicie, inv 71019,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • 560-550 B.C Etruscan attica style amfora painted in the style of Lydos, inv 70995,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • 560-550 B.C Etruscan attica style amfora painted in the style of Lydos, inv 70995,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • 3rd - 2nd century B.C Etruscan architectural voitive plaques of women, inv 4770, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • 3rd - 2nd century B.C Etruscan architectural voitive plaques of women, inv 4770, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • 3rd - 2nd century B.C Etruscan architectural voitive plaques of women, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • 3rd - 2nd century B.C Etruscan architectural voitive plaques of women, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • 3rd - 2nd century B.C Etruscan architectural voitive plaques of women, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • 3rd - 2nd century B.C Etruscan architectural voitive plaques of women, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy, white background
  • 560 - 540 B.C Etrusccan Tyrrhenian( Tirrenica) Amfora painted by Prometheus (Prometeo) made on Pescia Romana (Viterbo), inv 70993,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • 560 - 540 B.C Etrusccan Tyrrhenian( Tirrenica) Amfora painted by Prometheus (Prometeo) made on Pescia Romana (Viterbo), inv 70993,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • 560 - 540 B.C Etrusccan Tyrrhenian( Tirrenica) Amfora painted by Prometheus (Prometeo) made on Pescia Romana (Viterbo), inv 70993,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • 560 - 540 B.C Etrusccan Tyrrhenian( Tirrenica) Amfora painted by Prometheus (Prometeo) made on Pescia Romana (Viterbo), inv 70993,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • Etruscan bucchero jug with a face,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy, white background
  • Etruscan bucchero jug with a face,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • Etruscan bucchero jug with a face,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • 323-300B.C Etruscan Hellenistisc style column Krater with red figure of a young man against a black background, made in Volterra (Pisa), National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • 323-300B.C Etruscan Hellenistisc style column Krater with red figure of a young man against a black background, made in Volterra (Pisa), National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy, against grey
  • 323-300B.C Etruscan Hellenistisc style column Krater with red figure of a young man against a black background, made in Volterra (Pisa), National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • Three quarters view of the 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • Three quarters view of the 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • Three quarters view of the 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • 6th century Etruscan bucchero style skyphos jug made in Chiusina, inv 2831, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy, white background
  • 6th century Etruscan bucchero style skyphos jug made in Chiusina, inv 2831, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • 6th century Etruscan bucchero style skyphos jug made in Chiusina, inv 2831, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • Side view of the 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • Side view of the 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • Side view of the 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • 560-550 B.C Etruscan attica style amfora painted in the style of Lydos, inv 70995,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • A late 4th early 3rd century B.C Etruscan Kernos, or a ceramic ring eith cups or vases, which may have been used in religious rituals, made in Teano, inv 83957, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • Early 3rd century B.C Etruscan wine Krater, black and overpainted with a leaf design, inv 4382, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • An Etruscan Dinos ( style of vase) with a face, from the Group of Dinoi Campana Ribbon Painter,  540-520 B.C. inv 3784, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • 3rd - 2nd century B.C Etruscan architectural voitive plaques of women, inv 4770, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • Early 3rd century B.C oenochoe, wine jug, with a trilobata spout, black and overpainted , inv 4380,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • 6th century BC Etruscan Bull headed bucherro style oinochoe, or wine jug,  made in Chuisi and excavated from the necropolis de Fonte Rotella, inv 3190, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • 6th century Etruscan bucchero style skyphos jug made in Chiusina, inv 2831, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • A late 4th early 3rd century B.C Etruscan Kernos, or a ceramic ring eith cups or vases, which may have been used in religious rituals, made in Teano, inv 83957, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • A late 4th early 3rd century B.C Etruscan Kernos, or a ceramic ring eith cups or vases, which may have been used in religious rituals, made in Teano, inv 83957, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • A late 4th early 3rd century B.C Etruscan Kernos, or a ceramic ring eith cups or vases, which may have been used in religious rituals, made in Teano, inv 83957, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • Early 3rd century B.C Etruscan wine Krater, black and overpainted with a leaf design, inv 4382, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • Early 3rd century B.C Etruscan wine Krater, black and overpainted with a leaf design, inv 4382, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy, white background
  • Early 3rd century B.C oenochoe, wine jug, with a trilobata spout, black and overpainted , inv 4380,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy, white background
  • Early 3rd century B.C oenochoe, wine jug, with a trilobata spout, black and overpainted , inv 4380,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy, black background
  • Early 3rd century B.C oenochoe, wine jug, with a trilobata spout, black and overpainted , inv 4380,   National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • Early 3rd century B.C Etruscan wine Krater, black and overpainted with a leaf design, inv 4382, National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • Minoan Theran style strainer jar decorated with spirals on a dark background, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This style of strainer jar is characteristic of Theran Minoan pottery also found on Minoan Crete. A strainer incorporated into the jar probably allowed it to be used in the manufacture of aramatic oils or as an incense burner.
  • Minoan Theran style strainer jar decorated with lilies on a dark background, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This style of strainer jar is characteristic of Theran Minoan pottery also found on Minoan Crete. A strainer incorporated into the jar probably allowed it to be used in the manufacture of aramatic oils or as an incense burner.
  • Minoan cay vase with painted lilies on a dark background from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini), National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This fine example of Minoan Theran polychrome pottery depicts two lions or panthers in full flight with two eyes on its spout. By the same painter as the 'Dolphing Jugs'  From the French Archaeological School in Athens collection.
  • Minoan cay vase with painted lilies on a dark background from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini), National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This fine example of Minoan Theran polychrome pottery depicts two lions or panthers in full flight with two eyes on its spout. By the same painter as the 'Dolphing Jugs'  From the French Archaeological School in Athens collection.
  • 'Flying gallop' clay vase. Minoan Polychrome arge jug with eyes on its spout and lions or panthers, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This fine example of Minoan Theran polychrome pottery depicts two lions or panthers in full flight with two eyes on its spout. By the same painter as the 'Dolphing Jugs'  From the French Archaeological School in Athens collection.
  • Minoan Theran style strainer jar decorated with spirals on a dark background, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This style of strainer jar is characteristic of Theran Minoan pottery also found on Minoan Crete. A strainer incorporated into the jar probably allowed it to be used in the manufacture of aramatic oils or as an incense burner.
  • Minoan Theran style strainer jar decorated with spirals on a dark background, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This style of strainer jar is characteristic of Theran Minoan pottery also found on Minoan Crete. A strainer incorporated into the jar probably allowed it to be used in the manufacture of aramatic oils or as an incense burner.
  • Minoan Theran style strainer jar decorated with lilies on a dark background, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This style of strainer jar is characteristic of Theran Minoan pottery also found on Minoan Crete. A strainer incorporated into the jar probably allowed it to be used in the manufacture of aramatic oils or as an incense burner.
  • Minoan Theran style strainer jar decorated with lilies on a dark background, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This style of strainer jar is characteristic of Theran Minoan pottery also found on Minoan Crete. A strainer incorporated into the jar probably allowed it to be used in the manufacture of aramatic oils or as an incense burner.
  • Minoan Theran style strainer jar decorated with lilies on a dark background, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This style of strainer jar is characteristic of Theran Minoan pottery also found on Minoan Crete. A strainer incorporated into the jar probably allowed it to be used in the manufacture of aramatic oils or as an incense burner.
  • Minoan cay vase with painted lilies on a dark background from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini), National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This fine example of Minoan Theran polychrome pottery depicts two lions or panthers in full flight with two eyes on its spout. By the same painter as the 'Dolphing Jugs'  From the French Archaeological School in Athens collection.
  • Minoan cay vase with painted lilies on a dark background from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini), National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This fine example of Minoan Theran polychrome pottery depicts two lions or panthers in full flight with two eyes on its spout. By the same painter as the 'Dolphing Jugs'  From the French Archaeological School in Athens collection.
  • Minoan cay vase with painted lilies on a dark background from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini), National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This fine example of Minoan Theran polychrome pottery depicts two lions or panthers in full flight with two eyes on its spout. By the same painter as the 'Dolphing Jugs'  From the French Archaeological School in Athens collection.
  • 'Flying gallop' clay vase. Minoan Polychrome arge jug with eyes on its spout and lions or panthers, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This fine example of Minoan Theran polychrome pottery depicts two lions or panthers in full flight with two eyes on its spout. By the same painter as the 'Dolphing Jugs'  From the French Archaeological School in Athens collection.
  • 'Flying gallop' clay vase. Minoan Polychrome arge jug with eyes on its spout and lions or panthers, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This fine example of Minoan Theran polychrome pottery depicts two lions or panthers in full flight with two eyes on its spout. By the same painter as the 'Dolphing Jugs'  From the French Archaeological School in Athens collection.
  • 'Flying gallop' clay vase. Minoan Polychrome arge jug with eyes on its spout and lions or panthers, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This fine example of Minoan Theran polychrome pottery depicts two lions or panthers in full flight with two eyes on its spout. By the same painter as the 'Dolphing Jugs'  From the French Archaeological School in Athens collection.
  • Spherical jug spiral and floral decorated. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC); Phylakopi; Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5818.  Gray background.<br />
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<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery.
  • Bridge spouted jug bird decorated. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC); Phylakopi; Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5768.  Gray background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery like this using bird patterns.
  • Minoan Theran style strainer jar decorated with spirals on a dark background, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This style of strainer jar is characteristic of Theran Minoan pottery also found on Minoan Crete. A strainer incorporated into the jar probably allowed it to be used in the manufacture of aramatic oils or as an incense burner.
  • Minoan Theran style strainer jar decorated with spirals on a dark background, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This style of strainer jar is characteristic of Theran Minoan pottery also found on Minoan Crete. A strainer incorporated into the jar probably allowed it to be used in the manufacture of aramatic oils or as an incense burner.
  • Minoan Theran style strainer jar decorated with lilies on a dark background, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This style of strainer jar is characteristic of Theran Minoan pottery also found on Minoan Crete. A strainer incorporated into the jar probably allowed it to be used in the manufacture of aramatic oils or as an incense burner.
  • Minoan cay vase with painted lilies on a dark background from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini), National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This fine example of Minoan Theran polychrome pottery depicts two lions or panthers in full flight with two eyes on its spout. By the same painter as the 'Dolphing Jugs'  From the French Archaeological School in Athens collection.
  • 'Flying gallop' clay vase. Minoan Polychrome arge jug with eyes on its spout and lions or panthers, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
This fine example of Minoan Theran polychrome pottery depicts two lions or panthers in full flight with two eyes on its spout. By the same painter as the 'Dolphing Jugs'  From the French Archaeological School in Athens collection.
  • Spherical jug spiral and floral decorated. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC); Phylakopi; Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5818.<br />
<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery.
  • Bridge spouted jug bird decorated. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC); Phylakopi; Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5768. Black background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery like this using bird patterns.
  • Beak spouted jug decorated with flowering crocus. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5769.  White background.<br />
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<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery like this using floral patterns.
  • Cycladic 'Kastri Group' tea pot.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi I, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 6104 1-3.  White background.<br />
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The 'Kastri Group' from Syros (2500-2300 BC) coincides with the introdution of anatolian shpes of table ware and with the use of the ceramic wheel. The pottery is dark burnished with incised motifs<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic 'Kastri Group' tea pot.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi I, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 6104 1-3.<br />
<br />
The 'Kastri Group' from Syros (2500-2300 BC) coincides with the introdution of anatolian shpes of table ware and with the use of the ceramic wheel. The pottery is dark burnished with incised motifs<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic amphora with bird decoration.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. cat no 5748.   White background.<br />
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<br />
During this Ctcladic period pottery was predominatly monochrome and brnished , this amphora is a rare example of bird decorated pottery from the era
  • Cycladic amphora with bird decoration.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. cat no 5748.  Black background.<br />
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<br />
During this Ctcladic period pottery was predominatly monochrome and brnished , this amphora is a rare example of bird decorated pottery from the era
  • Cycladic amphora with bird decoration.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. cat no 5748.   Grey background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this Ctcladic period pottery was predominatly monochrome and brnished , this amphora is a rare example of bird decorated pottery from the era
  • Cycladic amphora with bird decoration.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. cat no 5748.   Gray background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this Ctcladic period pottery was predominatly monochrome and brnished , this amphora is a rare example of bird decorated pottery from the era
  • Cycladic amphora with bird decoration.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. cat no 5748. <br />
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During this Ctcladic period pottery was predominatly monochrome and brnished , this amphora is a rare example of bird decorated pottery from the era
  • Spherical jug spiral and floral decorated. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC); Phylakopi; Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5818.  White background.<br />
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<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery.
  • Spherical jug spiral and floral decorated. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC); Phylakopi; Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5818. Black background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery.
  • Spherical jug spiral and floral decorated. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC); Phylakopi; Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5818.  Grey background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery.
  • Bridge spouted jug bird decorated. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC); Phylakopi; Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5768.  White background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery like this using bird patterns.
  • Bridge spouted jug bird decorated. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC); Phylakopi; Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5768.  Grey background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery like this using bird patterns.
  • Bridge spouted jug bird decorated. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC); Phylakopi; Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5768.<br />
<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery like this using bird patterns.
  • Beak spouted jug decorated with flowering crocus. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5769. Black background.<br />
<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery like this using floral patterns.
  • Beak spouted jug decorated with flowering crocus. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5769.  Grey background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery like this using floral patterns.
  • Beak spouted jug decorated with flowering crocus. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5769.<br />
<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery like this using floral patterns.
  • Beak spouted jug decorated with flowering crocus. Early Cycladic I (1650-1550 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5769.  Gray background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this Cycladic period the pottery designs were heavily influenced by Cretean minoan with pottery like this using floral patterns.
  • Cycladic 'Kastri Group' tea pot.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi I, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 6104 1-3. Black background.<br />
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The 'Kastri Group' from Syros (2500-2300 BC) coincides with the introdution of anatolian shpes of table ware and with the use of the ceramic wheel. The pottery is dark burnished with incised motifs<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic 'Kastri Group' tea pot.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi I, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 6104 1-3.<br />
<br />
The 'Kastri Group' from Syros (2500-2300 BC) coincides with the introdution of anatolian shpes of table ware and with the use of the ceramic wheel. The pottery is dark burnished with incised motifs<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic 'Kastri Group' tea pot.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi I, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 6104 1-3.  Gray background.<br />
<br />
<br />
The 'Kastri Group' from Syros (2500-2300 BC) coincides with the introdution of anatolian shpes of table ware and with the use of the ceramic wheel. The pottery is dark burnished with incised motifs<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic Kernos a multiple vessel in a base.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5829.<br />
<br />
This complex vessel was used for ritual offerings. During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic askos with hatched painted decoration.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat no 5826.  Black background.<br />
<br />
<br />
Decorated pottery is rare during this Ccladic period. This Cycladic askos has vertical handle on top with a spout. It has painted decoration of hatched bands and a lozenge pattern
  • Cycladic footed necked jar with impressed decration.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi I, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 6168.  White background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was often monochrome with polised slip finishes sometimes with incised or impressed decorations.
  • Cycladic footed necked jar with impressed decration.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi I, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 6168. Black background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was often monochrome with polised slip finishes sometimes with incised or impressed decorations.
  • Cycladic footed necked jar with impressed decration.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi I, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 6168.  Grey background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was often monochrome with polised slip finishes sometimes with incised or impressed decorations.
  • Cycladic pithos with geometric designs.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5831.  White background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic pithos with geometric designs.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5831. Black background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Burnished monochrome Cycladic animal shaped wase with geometric incissions.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5697-8.  Grey background.<br />
<br />
<br />
Pottery from this Cycladic era was predominatly monochrome and burnished with linear motifs. Flower and bird designs were rare .
  • Burnished monochrome Cycladic animal shaped wase with geometric incissions.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5697-8.<br />
<br />
Pottery from this Cycladic era was predominatly monochrome and burnished with linear motifs. Flower and bird designs were rare .
  • Burnished monochrome Cycladic ring shaped wase with geometric incissions.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5697-8.  White background.<br />
<br />
<br />
Pottery from this Cycladic era was predominatly monochrome and burnished with linear motifs. Flower and bird designs were rare .
  • Burnished monochrome Cycladic ring shaped wase with geometric incissions.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5697-8. Black background.<br />
<br />
<br />
Pottery from this Cycladic era was predominatly monochrome and burnished with linear motifs. Flower and bird designs were rare .
  • Burnished monochrome Cycladic ring shaped wase with geometric incissions.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5697-8.  Grey background.<br />
<br />
<br />
Pottery from this Cycladic era was predominatly monochrome and burnished with linear motifs. Flower and bird designs were rare .
  • Burnished monochrome Cycladic ring shaped wase with geometric incissions.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5697-8.  Gray background.<br />
<br />
<br />
Pottery from this Cycladic era was predominatly monochrome and burnished with linear motifs. Flower and bird designs were rare .
  • Cycladic Kernos a multiple vessel in a base.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5829.  White background.<br />
<br />
<br />
This complex vessel was used for ritual offerings. During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic Kernos a multiple vessel in a base.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5829.  Grey background.<br />
<br />
<br />
This complex vessel was used for ritual offerings. During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic askos with hatched painted decoration.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat no 5826. <br />
<br />
Decorated pottery is rare during this Ccladic period. This Cycladic askos has vertical handle on top with a spout. It has painted decoration of hatched bands and a lozenge pattern
  • Cycladic pithos with geometric designs.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5831.<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic pithos with geometric designs.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5831.  Gray background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic beak spouted jug.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5726. Black background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic beak spouted jug.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5726.<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic beak spouted jug.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5726.<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic beak spouted jug.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5726.  Gray background.<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Small Cycladic amphora.  Early Cycladic III (2300-200 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5813. Black background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Small Cycladic amphora.  Early Cycladic III (2300-200 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5813.<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Small Cycladic amphora.  Early Cycladic III (2300-200 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5813.  Gray background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Burnished monochrome Cycladic animal shaped wase with geometric incissions.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5697-8.  White background.<br />
<br />
<br />
Pottery from this Cycladic era was predominatly monochrome and burnished with linear motifs. Flower and bird designs were rare .
  • Burnished monochrome Cycladic animal shaped wase with geometric incissions.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5697-8. Black background.<br />
<br />
<br />
Pottery from this Cycladic era was predominatly monochrome and burnished with linear motifs. Flower and bird designs were rare .
  • Burnished monochrome Cycladic animal shaped wase with geometric incissions.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5697-8.  Gray background.<br />
<br />
<br />
Pottery from this Cycladic era was predominatly monochrome and burnished with linear motifs. Flower and bird designs were rare .
  • Burnished monochrome Cycladic ring shaped wase with geometric incissions.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5697-8.<br />
<br />
Pottery from this Cycladic era was predominatly monochrome and burnished with linear motifs. Flower and bird designs were rare .
  • Cycladic Kernos a multiple vessel in a base.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5829. Black background.<br />
<br />
<br />
This complex vessel was used for ritual offerings. During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic Kernos a multiple vessel in a base.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5829.  Gray background.<br />
<br />
<br />
This complex vessel was used for ritual offerings. During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic askos with hatched painted decoration.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat no 5826.   White background.<br />
<br />
<br />
Decorated pottery is rare during this Ccladic period. This Cycladic askos has vertical handle on top with a spout. It has painted decoration of hatched bands and a lozenge pattern
  • Cycladic askos with hatched painted decoration.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat no 5826.   Grey background.<br />
<br />
<br />
Decorated pottery is rare during this Ccladic period. This Cycladic askos has vertical handle on top with a spout. It has painted decoration of hatched bands and a lozenge pattern
  • Cycladic askos with hatched painted decoration.  Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat no 5826.   Gray background.<br />
<br />
<br />
Decorated pottery is rare during this Ccladic period. This Cycladic askos has vertical handle on top with a spout. It has painted decoration of hatched bands and a lozenge pattern
  • Cycladic footed necked jar with impressed decration.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi I, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 6168.<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was often monochrome with polised slip finishes sometimes with incised or impressed decorations.
  • Cycladic footed necked jar with impressed decration.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi I, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 6168.  Gray background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was often monochrome with polised slip finishes sometimes with incised or impressed decorations.
  • Cycladic pithos with geometric designs.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5831.  Grey background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Cycladic beak spouted jug.  Early Cycladic III (2300-2000 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5726.  Grey background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Small Cycladic amphora.  Early Cycladic III (2300-200 BC) , Phylakopi, Melos. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Cat No 5813.  White background.<br />
<br />
<br />
During this period pottery was plainer with simple geometric decorations. Depicts of birds or lowers were rare.
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum , grey background.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
2.Minoan clay flask with octopus design, Speial Palatial Style , Pseira  1500-1400 BC BC, <br />
3- conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC;
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, white background.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
2.Minoan clay flask with octopus design, Speial Palatial Style , Pseira  1500-1400 BC BC, <br />
3- conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC;
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
2.Minoan clay flask with octopus design, Speial Palatial Style , Pseira  1500-1400 BC BC, <br />
3- conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC;
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum , grey background.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
2.Minoan clay flask with octopus design, Speial Palatial Style , Pseira  1500-1400 BC BC, <br />
3- conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC;
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, white background.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- Krater Episkopi Lerapetra 1370-1250 BC, <br />
2- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
3- far right  conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC;
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- Krater Episkopi Lerapetra 1370-1250 BC, <br />
2- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
3- far right  conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC;
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, black background.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- Krater Episkopi Lerapetra 1370-1250 BC, <br />
2- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
3- far right  conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC;
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, grey background.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- Krater Episkopi Lerapetra 1370-1250 BC, <br />
2- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
3- far right  conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC;
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, grey background.<br />
  <br />
From Left to right<br />
1- Krater Episkopi Lerapetra 1370-1250 BC, <br />
2- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
3- far right  conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC;
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, black background.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- Pseudostomos jug from Knossos-Venizeleio 1300-1200 BC, <br />
2- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
3- conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC; <br />
5- far right Krater Episkopi Lerapetra 1370-1250 BC,
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, white background.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- Pseudostomos jug from Knossos-Venizeleio 1300-1200 BC, <br />
2- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
3- conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC; <br />
5- far right Krater Episkopi Lerapetra 1370-1250 BC,
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- Pseudostomos jug from Knossos-Venizeleio 1300-1200 BC, <br />
2- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
3- conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC; <br />
5- far right Krater Episkopi Lerapetra 1370-1250 BC,
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, grey background.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- Pseudostomos jug from Knossos-Venizeleio 1300-1200 BC, <br />
2- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
3- conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC; <br />
5- far right Krater Episkopi Lerapetra 1370-1250 BC,
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, black background.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
2.Minoan clay flask with octopus design, Speial Palatial Style , Pseira  1500-1400 BC BC, <br />
3- conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC;
  • Minoan pottery with stylised octopus decorations, 1500-1400 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, grey background.  <br />
<br />
From Left to right<br />
1- Pseudostomos jug from Knossos-Venizeleio 1300-1200 BC, <br />
2- flask with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro,  1500-1450 BC; <br />
3- conical rhython with Marine style stylised octopus design,   Palaikastro 1500-1450 BC; <br />
5- far right Krater Episkopi Lerapetra 1370-1250 BC,
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with bird and papyrus decorations,   1300-1200 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.
  • Minoan  pottery larnax coffin chest with fstylised floral decorations,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, white background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with bird and floral decorations,   1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with bird and floral decorations,   1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, white background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with bird and floral decorations,   1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, black background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with foliage decorations,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with double axe and papyrus decorations,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with birds and marine animals,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, white background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with birds and marine animals,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with birds and marine animals,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.
  • Minoan  pottery coffin chest coffin with gabled lid decorated with a net pattern,  Tylissos-Panokklisia 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.
  • Minoan  pottery coffin chest with gabled lid and winged griffin decoration, Palaikastro 1370-1300 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.<br />
<br />
The larnax chest is decorated the same on both sides with a winged griffin, horns of consecration and double axes, lilies growing from a rock, a large bird and a fish among astral symbols
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with bird and papyrus decorations,   1300-1200 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, black background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with bird and papyrus decorations,   1300-1200 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, white background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with bird and papyrus decorations,   1300-1200 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery larnax coffin chest with fstylised floral decorations,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with bird and floral decorations,   1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with foliage decorations,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, black background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with bird and floral decorations,   1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with foliage decorations,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, white background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with foliage decorations,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with foliage decorations,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with double axe and papyrus decorations,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, white background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with double axe and papyrus decorations,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, black background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with double axe and papyrus decorations,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with birds and marine animals,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery coffin chest coffin with gabled lid decorated with a net pattern,  Tylissos-Panokklisia 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery coffin chest coffin with gabled lid decorated with a net pattern,  Tylissos-Panokklisia 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, black background.
  • Minoan  pottery coffin chest coffin with gabled lid decorated with a net pattern,  Tylissos-Panokklisia 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery coffin chest with gabled lid and winged griffin decoration, Palaikastro 1370-1300 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, white background.<br />
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The larnax chest is decorated the same on both sides with a winged griffin, horns of consecration and double axes, lilies growing from a rock, a large bird and a fish among astral symbols
  • Minoan  pottery coffin chest with gabled lid and winged griffin decoration, Palaikastro 1370-1300 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, black background.<br />
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The larnax chest is decorated the same on both sides with a winged griffin, horns of consecration and double axes, lilies growing from a rock, a large bird and a fish among astral symbols
  • Minoan  pottery coffin chest with gabled lid and winged griffin decoration, Palaikastro 1370-1300 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.<br />
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The larnax chest is decorated the same on both sides with a winged griffin, horns of consecration and double axes, lilies growing from a rock, a large bird and a fish among astral symbols
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with bird and papyrus decorations,   1300-1200 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery larnax coffin chest with fstylised floral decorations,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery larnax coffin chest with fstylised floral decorations,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, black background.
  • Minoan  pottery larnax coffin chest with fstylised floral decorations,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with double axe and papyrus decorations,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.
  • Minoan  pottery gabled larnax coffin chest with birds and marine animals,  Anthanatoi 1370-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, black background.
  • Minoan  pottery coffin chest coffin with gabled lid decorated with a net pattern,  Tylissos-Panokklisia 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, white background.
  • Minoan  pottery coffin chest with gabled lid and winged griffin decoration, Palaikastro 1370-1300 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.<br />
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The larnax chest is decorated the same on both sides with a winged griffin, horns of consecration and double axes, lilies growing from a rock, a large bird and a fish among astral symbols
  • Cycladic  clay jug with fish design from the  Knossos-Temple Repositories 1650-1550 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.<br />
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Cycladic vessels found iun Knossos Temple Repositories show the trading links with the rest of ancient Greece
  • Cycladic  clay jug with fish design from the  Knossos-Temple Repositories 1650-1550 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background..<br />
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Cycladic vessels found iun Knossos Temple Repositories show the trading links with the rest of ancient Greece
  • Cycladic  clay jug with fish design from the  Knossos-Temple Repositories 1650-1550 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, black background.<br />
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Cycladic vessels found iun Knossos Temple Repositories show the trading links with the rest of ancient Greece
  • Cycladic  clay jug with fish design from the  Knossos-Temple Repositories 1650-1550 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.<br />
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Cycladic vessels found iun Knossos Temple Repositories show the trading links with the rest of ancient Greece
  • Cycladic  clay jug with fish design from the  Knossos-Temple Repositories 1650-1550 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background..<br />
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Cycladic vessels found iun Knossos Temple Repositories show the trading links with the rest of ancient Greece
  • Minoan luxury "teapot" with elaborate spout from Phaistos Palace 1800-1600 BC; Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.<br />
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This style of pottery is named afetr Kamares cave where this style of pottery was first found
  • Minoan luxury "teapot" with elaborate spout from Phaistos Palace 1800-1600 BC; Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.<br />
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This style of pottery is named afetr Kamares cave where this style of pottery was first found
  • Minoan luxury "teapot" with elaborate spout from Phaistos Palace 1800-1600 BC; Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.<br />
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This style of pottery is named afetr Kamares cave where this style of pottery was first found
  • Minoan  pottery bath tub  larnax decorated with stylised octopuses,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, white background.<br />
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To the Greeks, the Underworld was entered by water. As with many other Minoan bathtubs, this one was probably later used as a coffin to convey the deceased across the sea, where marine imagery would be equally appropriate. The two functions of bathtubs, bathing and burial, combine in the story of Agamemnon who, on return from Troy, was murdered by his wife and her lover in a silver bath.
  • Minoan  pottery bath tub  larnax decorated with stylised octopuses,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.<br />
<br />
To the Greeks, the Underworld was entered by water. As with many other Minoan bathtubs, this one was probably later used as a coffin to convey the deceased across the sea, where marine imagery would be equally appropriate. The two functions of bathtubs, bathing and burial, combine in the story of Agamemnon who, on return from Troy, was murdered by his wife and her lover in a silver bath.
  • Minoan  pottery bath tub larnax decorated with a stylised crocus flower ,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.<br />
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To the Greeks, the Underworld was entered by water. As with many other Minoan bathtubs, this one was probably later used as a coffin to convey the deceased across the sea, where marine imagery would be equally appropriate. The two functions of bathtubs, bathing and burial, combine in the story of Agamemnon who, on return from Troy, was murdered by his wife and her lover in a silver bath.
  • Minoan  pottery bath tub larnax decorated with a stylised crocus flower ,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.<br />
<br />
To the Greeks, the Underworld was entered by water. As with many other Minoan bathtubs, this one was probably later used as a coffin to convey the deceased across the sea, where marine imagery would be equally appropriate. The two functions of bathtubs, bathing and burial, combine in the story of Agamemnon who, on return from Troy, was murdered by his wife and her lover in a silver bath.
  • Minoan  pottery bath tub larnax decorated with a stylised crocus flower ,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, grey background.<br />
<br />
To the Greeks, the Underworld was entered by water. As with many other Minoan bathtubs, this one was probably later used as a coffin to convey the deceased across the sea, where marine imagery would be equally appropriate. The two functions of bathtubs, bathing and burial, combine in the story of Agamemnon who, on return from Troy, was murdered by his wife and her lover in a silver bath.
  • Minoan  pottery bath tub  larnax decorated with stylised octopuses,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, white background.<br />
<br />
To the Greeks, the Underworld was entered by water. As with many other Minoan bathtubs, this one was probably later used as a coffin to convey the deceased across the sea, where marine imagery would be equally appropriate. The two functions of bathtubs, bathing and burial, combine in the story of Agamemnon who, on return from Troy, was murdered by his wife and her lover in a silver bath.
  • Minoan  pottery bath tub  larnax decorated with stylised octopuses,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum.<br />
<br />
To the Greeks, the Underworld was entered by water. As with many other Minoan bathtubs, this one was probably later used as a coffin to convey the deceased across the sea, where marine imagery would be equally appropriate. The two functions of bathtubs, bathing and burial, combine in the story of Agamemnon who, on return from Troy, was murdered by his wife and her lover in a silver bath.
  • Minoan  pottery bath tub  larnax decorated with a cow nursing a calf,  Episkopi-Lerapetra 1350-1250 BC, Heraklion Archaeological  Museum, black background.<br />
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To the Greeks, the Underworld was entered by water. As with many other Minoan bathtubs, this one was probably later used as a coffin to convey the deceased across the sea, where marine imagery would be equally appropriate. The two functions of bathtubs, bathing and burial, combine in the story of Agamemnon who, on return from Troy, was murdered by his wife and her lover in a silver bath.

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