• Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
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The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • The Spring fresco Minoan Wall painting from Akrotiri, National archaeological Musuem Athens Minoan artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
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The Minoan 'Spring Fresco' is the only fresco found in situ at Akritiri covering three walls. It depicts the rocky Theran lanscape of Santorini before the volcanic eruption: clusetrs of red lilies with yellow stems dominate the red and grey volcanic rock formations. Swallows swoop above, either alone or in pairs animating the scene and announcing natures annual rebirth of Spring.<br />
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The Spring fresco has an opulent use of colours and a lively movement bu the lilies swaying in the wind as well as the swallows at play. Room D2 Complex D.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • The Spring fresco Minoan Wall painting from Akrotiri, National archaeological Musuem Athens Minoan artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The Minoan 'Spring Fresco' is the only fresco found in situ at Akritiri covering three walls. It depicts the rocky Theran lanscape of Santorini before the volcanic eruption: clusetrs of red lilies with yellow stems dominate the red and grey volcanic rock formations. Swallows swoop above, either alone or in pairs animating the scene and announcing natures annual rebirth of Spring.<br />
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The Spring fresco has an opulent use of colours and a lively movement bu the lilies swaying in the wind as well as the swallows at play. Room D2 Complex D.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • The Spring fresco Minoan Wall painting from Akrotiri, National archaeological Musuem Athens Minoan artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The Minoan 'Spring Fresco' is the only fresco found in situ at Akritiri covering three walls. It depicts the rocky Theran lanscape of Santorini before the volcanic eruption: clusetrs of red lilies with yellow stems dominate the red and grey volcanic rock formations. Swallows swoop above, either alone or in pairs animating the scene and announcing natures annual rebirth of Spring.<br />
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The Spring fresco has an opulent use of colours and a lively movement bu the lilies swaying in the wind as well as the swallows at play. Room D2 Complex D.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • The Spring fresco Minoan Wall painting from Akrotiri, National archaeological Musuem Athens Minoan artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The Minoan 'Spring Fresco' is the only fresco found in situ at Akritiri covering three walls. It depicts the rocky Theran lanscape of Santorini before the volcanic eruption: clusetrs of red lilies with yellow stems dominate the red and grey volcanic rock formations. Swallows swoop above, either alone or in pairs animating the scene and announcing natures annual rebirth of Spring.<br />
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The Spring fresco has an opulent use of colours and a lively movement bu the lilies swaying in the wind as well as the swallows at play. Room D2 Complex D.
  • The Spring fresco Minoan Wall painting from Akrotiri, National archaeological Musuem Athens Minoan artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The Minoan 'Spring Fresco' is the only fresco found in situ at Akritiri covering three walls. It depicts the rocky Theran lanscape of Santorini before the volcanic eruption: clusetrs of red lilies with yellow stems dominate the red and grey volcanic rock formations. Swallows swoop above, either alone or in pairs animating the scene and announcing natures annual rebirth of Spring.<br />
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The Spring fresco has an opulent use of colours and a lively movement bu the lilies swaying in the wind as well as the swallows at play. Room D2 Complex D.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • The Spring fresco Minoan Wall painting from Akrotiri, National archaeological Musuem Athens Minoan artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The Minoan 'Spring Fresco' is the only fresco found in situ at Akritiri covering three walls. It depicts the rocky Theran lanscape of Santorini before the volcanic eruption: clusetrs of red lilies with yellow stems dominate the red and grey volcanic rock formations. Swallows swoop above, either alone or in pairs animating the scene and announcing natures annual rebirth of Spring.<br />
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The Spring fresco has an opulent use of colours and a lively movement bu the lilies swaying in the wind as well as the swallows at play. Room D2 Complex D.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • Minoan 'Boxing Children' fresco Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens artefact. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
<br />
The 'Boxing Children' fresco depicts two naked boys wearing belts and boxing gloves. Their heads are shaved but for two long locks at the back and two shorter ones on their forehead. Their dark complexion indicated thair gender. The boy on the left is the more reserved of the two and wears jewelry consisting of a necklace and two bracelets, one on his arm and the other around his ankle, which indicated his higher social status. From room B1 of building B.
  • Ancient Egyptian Gebelein cloth depicting a Nile boat scene, the oldest know painted fabric artefact, Predynastic Egypt, Circa 3600BC. Egyptian Museum, Turin. <br />
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There are at least 4 boats depicted on this linen cloth : two small carft following behind two larger vessels. The two small boats are equipped trains with 8 to 10 oars. The bottom boat has 4 rowers with their oars but other oars hanging below the hull . The helmsman has a steering oar larger (left). Two cabins occupy the central space. Between them a person is sitting in the same position as rowers and a black line behind it may be an indication of an other oar. The upper large boat does not have rowers but a helmsman at the back. The curved stern rises high and ends with a decoration. Red and black horizontal lines appear to indicate the presence of a cabin with a flat roof. Front of the cabin a character is sitting on a kind of throne. It seems to wear something on his head while the rowers are bareheaded.
  • Late Hittite (Aramaean)  Basalt relief sculpture of a Bull from 9th Cent B.C, excavated from the west side of the citadel gate of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) located at Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey's Gaziantep Province. Istanbul Archaeological Museum Inv. No 7709.
  • Late Hittite (Aramaean)  Basalt relief sculptures  from 9th Cent B.C, excavated from the west side of the citadel gate of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) located at Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey's Gaziantep Province. Left Deer Buck, Inv no 7712, Middle Winged Lion inv no. 7706, Left Male with Axe Inv No. 7727. Istanbul Archaeological Museum.
  • Late Hittite (Aramaean)  Basalt Double Sphinx  sculpture from 9th Cent B.C, excavated from the entrance of Palace III Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) located at Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey's Gaziantep Province. Istanbul Archaeological Museum Inv. No 7731.
  • 9th Cent BC Neo- Hittite basalt slabs with Hieroglyphic Inscriptions about the activities of King Urhilina & his son. from Hama, Syria. Istanbul Archaeological Museum.
  • Late Hittite Basalt Portal Lion sculpture from 9th Cent B.C, excavated from Palace Building P Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) located at Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey's Gaziantep Province. Istanbul Archaeological Museum inv. No 7777.
  • Late Hittite Basalt Portal Lion sculpture from 9th Cent B.C, excavated from Palace Building P Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) located at Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey's Gaziantep Province. Istanbul Archaeological Museum inv. No 7777.
  • Moulding of 8th Cent. BC late Hittite rock relief . Warpalas, King of Tyana land, praying in front of a plant & storm god Tarhunza. From Ivriz (Konya, Ergeli) Turkey. Istanbul Archaeological Museum Inv. No 7869.
  • Late Hittite (Aramaean)  Basalt relief sculpture of an Aslan Lion from 9th Cent B.C, excavated from the west side of the citadel gate of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) located at Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey's Gaziantep Province. Istanbul Archaeological Museum Inv. No 7727.
  • Late Hittite (Aramaean) Basalt funereal Steel with a relief sculpture of a man from 9 - 8th Cent B.C, excavated from Um-Shershuh, Syria.  Istanbul Archaeological Museum Inv. No 7786.
  • Late Hittite Basalt funereal Steel with a relief sculpture of a warrior from 9 - 8th Cent B.C, excavated from Arslan Tash (Turkish; Arslan Lion, Taş Stone), ancient Hadātu, is an archaeological site in northern Syria 30km east of the Euphrates River and nearby the town of Ain al-Arab. Istanbul Archaeological Museum Inv. No 1981.
  • Sculpted Assyrian relief panels of mace bearers from Hadatu ( Aslantas ) around 800 B.C. Istanbul Archaeological museum Inv No. 14-10
  • Sculpted Assyrian relief panels of Royal Chariot & Guards  from Hadatu ( Aslantas ) around 800 B.C. Istanbul Archaeological museum Inv No. 1946
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177<br />
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Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • Statue of Artemis, found at the 'House of Diadoumenos' on Delos. Pariam marble, Circa 100 BC. Athens Archaeological Museum, Cat No 1829. against black<br />
Artemis wears a chiton, a girt and himation. The diagonal strap ocross her breast will have held the quiver full of arrows. The Goddess's beauty is stressed by her elaborate coiffure.
  • Statue of Artemis, found at the 'House of Diadoumenos' on Delos. Pariam marble, Circa 100 BC. Athens Archaeological Museum, Cat No 1829.<br />
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Artemis wears a chiton, a girt and himation. The diagonal strap ocross her breast will have held the quiver full of arrows. The Goddess's beauty is stressed by her elaborate coiffure.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177. Against grey<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177, Against white, <br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177. Against white, <br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • Statue of Artemis, found at the 'House of Diadoumenos' on Delos. Pariam marble, Circa 100 BC. Athens Archaeological Museum, Cat No 1829.<br />
<br />
Artemis wears a chiton, a girt and himation. The diagonal strap ocross her breast will have held the quiver full of arrows. The Goddess's beauty is stressed by her elaborate coiffure.
  • Ancient Greek funerary statue of a women, type Small Herculaneum Woman style. From Delos circa 2nd Cent BC. Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 1827. against black<br />
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This marble statue from Delos shopws a women wearing a full length chiton and a himation that covers her entire body and arms. This style of statue is known os 'Small Herculaneum Woman' and is a copy of a famous original dating from 300 BC.
  • Ancient Greek funerary statue of a women, type Small Herculaneum Woman style. From Delos circa 2nd Cent BC. Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 1827<br />
<br />
This marble statue from Delos shopws a women wearing a full length chiton and a himation that covers her entire body and arms. This style of statue is known os 'Small Herculaneum Woman' and is a copy of a famous original dating from 300 BC.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177, Against white, <br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177. Against grey<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177. Against grey<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177. Against grey<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177, Against white, <br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177. Against grey<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177. Against grey<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177. Against grey<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • Statue of Artemis, found at the 'House of Diadoumenos' on Delos. Pariam marble, Circa 100 BC. Athens Archaeological Museum, Cat No 1829. Against white, <br />
<br />
Artemis wears a chiton, a girt and himation. The diagonal strap ocross her breast will have held the quiver full of arrows. The Goddess's beauty is stressed by her elaborate coiffure.
  • Statue of Artemis, found at the 'House of Diadoumenos' on Delos. Pariam marble, Circa 100 BC. Athens Archaeological Museum, Cat No 1829. Against grey<br />
<br />
Artemis wears a chiton, a girt and himation. The diagonal strap ocross her breast will have held the quiver full of arrows. The Goddess's beauty is stressed by her elaborate coiffure.
  • Ancient Greek funerary statue of a women, type Small Herculaneum Woman style. From Delos circa 2nd Cent BC. Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 1827. Against grey<br />
<br />
This marble statue from Delos shopws a women wearing a full length chiton and a himation that covers her entire body and arms. This style of statue is known os 'Small Herculaneum Woman' and is a copy of a famous original dating from 300 BC.
  • Ancient Greek funerary statue of a women, type Small Herculaneum Woman style. From Delos circa 2nd Cent BC. Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 1827. Against grey<br />
<br />
This marble statue from Delos shopws a women wearing a full length chiton and a himation that covers her entire body and arms. This style of statue is known os 'Small Herculaneum Woman' and is a copy of a famous original dating from 300 BC.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177. Against grey<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177, Against white, <br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177, Against white, <br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177. Against grey<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177<br />
<br />
Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • 'Jockey of Artrmision' a Hellenistic bronze statue of a boy riding a horse. National Archaeological Museum Athens. Circa 140 BC. Cat No X 15177. Against grey<br />
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Retrieved in pieces from a shipwreck of Cape Artemision in Euboea. The young jockey holds a rein in his left hand and a whip in his right. His face has a passionate expression with furrowas on his face. The pieces of the Bronze sculpture were reassembled in 1971.
  • Marble Ancient Archaic Greek statuette of a Kore, from Aleusis, C. 490-480 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 24
  • Marble Ancient Archaic Greek statuette of a Kore, from Aleusis, C. 490-480 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 24.  Against grey.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335. Against grey.<br />
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The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322.<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322. Against black<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Bronze statue of Roman empress Julia Aquilia Severa found at Sparta. circa 221-222 AD.  Athens National Archaeological Museum, Cat No X23321.<br />
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The women in the Bronze statue wears a Chiton and himation and would have had a crwon on her head. The hair style is typical of the Severan dynisty. Julia Aquilia was the last wife of emperor Elagobalus (218-222 AD) and the damage to the statue is due to a building collapsing on it after a fire circa 221-222 AD
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 500-490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 15/2009. Against white.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes. Acropolis Museum Cat no 676, 257
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against white.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against white.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Woman, found on Delos, circa 650 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1. Against white.<br />
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One of the earlist known monumental statues in stone this statue probably represents Artemis. According to the inscription carved on the left thigh of the statue it was dedicated to Apollo ny Naxian Nikandre. Typical Daedalic style from a Delos workshop.
  • Marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Woman, found on Delos, circa 650 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1.  Against grey.<br />
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One of the earlist known monumental statues in stone this statue probably represents Artemis. According to the inscription carved on the left thigh of the statue it was dedicated to Apollo ny Naxian Nikandre. Typical Daedalic style from a Delos workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 570 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 28. Against white.<br />
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One of the earliest known Archaic Sphinx statues once a grave stele
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against white.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against black<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Marble Ancient Archaic Greek statuette of a Kore, from Aleusis, C. 490-480 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 24.  Against grey.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against white.<br />
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The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396.<br />
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The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335. Against white.<br />
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The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335. Against grey.<br />
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The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322. Against grey.<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322. Against grey.<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Bronze statue of Roman empress Julia Aquilia Severa found at Sparta. circa 221-222 AD.  Athens National Archaeological Museum, Cat No X23321. Against grey.<br />
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The women in the Bronze statue wears a Chiton and himation and would have had a crwon on her head. The hair style is typical of the Severan dynisty. Julia Aquilia was the last wife of emperor Elagobalus (218-222 AD) and the damage to the statue is due to a building collapsing on it after a fire circa 221-222 AD
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 16/2009. Against white.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes, Acropolis Museum Cat no 687
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 500-490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 15/2009.  Against grey.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes. Acropolis Museum Cat no 676, 257
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 500-490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 15/2009. Against black<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes. Acropolis Museum Cat no 676, 257
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 500-490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 15/2009.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes. Acropolis Museum Cat no 676, 257
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against grey.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against grey.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against white.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against grey.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4.  Against grey.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Woman, found on Delos, circa 650 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1. Against black<br />
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One of the earlist known monumental statues in stone this statue probably represents Artemis. According to the inscription carved on the left thigh of the statue it was dedicated to Apollo ny Naxian Nikandre. Typical Daedalic style from a Delos workshop.
  • Marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Woman, found on Delos, circa 650 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1.  Against grey.<br />
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One of the earlist known monumental statues in stone this statue probably represents Artemis. According to the inscription carved on the left thigh of the statue it was dedicated to Apollo ny Naxian Nikandre. Typical Daedalic style from a Delos workshop.
  • parianmarble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Nike by Archermos of Chios, found ion Delos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 21. Against black<br />
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This is the earlist known free standing statue of the goddess Nike, possibly the work of sculptor Archermos of Chios.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 540 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 76. Against black<br />
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Once a grave stele
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Bronze archaic ancient Greek statue of Poseidon, found in the ancient port of Plataiai, Gulf of Livadostra, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X11761. Against black<br />
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In this bronze statue of the god Poseidon he would have held a trident in his right hand and probably a dolphin with his left. The statues eyes are made of inlaid material.
  • Bronze archaic ancient Greek statue of Poseidon, found in the ancient port of Plataiai, Gulf of Livadostra, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X11761.<br />
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In this bronze statue of the god Poseidon he would have held a trident in his right hand and probably a dolphin with his left. The statues eyes are made of inlaid material.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against black<br />
<br />
The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against white.<br />
<br />
The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396.<br />
<br />
The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335. Against grey.<br />
<br />
The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335. Against grey.<br />
<br />
The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335. Against black<br />
<br />
The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335. Against white.<br />
<br />
The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335. Against grey.<br />
<br />
The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322. Against white.<br />
<br />
The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322.<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322. Against black<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322. Against grey.<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322.<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Bronze statue of Roman empress Julia Aquilia Severa found at Sparta. circa 221-222 AD.  Athens National Archaeological Museum, Cat No X23321. Against white.<br />
<br />
The women in the Bronze statue wears a Chiton and himation and would have had a crwon on her head. The hair style is typical of the Severan dynisty. Julia Aquilia was the last wife of emperor Elagobalus (218-222 AD) and the damage to the statue is due to a building collapsing on it after a fire circa 221-222 AD
  • Bronze statue of Roman empress Julia Aquilia Severa found at Sparta. circa 221-222 AD.  Athens National Archaeological Museum, Cat No X23321. Against grey.<br />
<br />
The women in the Bronze statue wears a Chiton and himation and would have had a crwon on her head. The hair style is typical of the Severan dynisty. Julia Aquilia was the last wife of emperor Elagobalus (218-222 AD) and the damage to the statue is due to a building collapsing on it after a fire circa 221-222 AD
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 16/2009.  Against grey.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes, Acropolis Museum Cat no 687
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 16/2009.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes, Acropolis Museum Cat no 687
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 16/2009.  Against grey.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes, Acropolis Museum Cat no 687
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against black<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against black<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4.  Against grey.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • parianmarble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Nike by Archermos of Chios, found ion Delos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 21. Against white.<br />
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This is the earlist known free standing statue of the goddess Nike, possibly the work of sculptor Archermos of Chios.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 540 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 76.  Against grey.<br />
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Once a grave stele
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 540 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 76.  Against grey.<br />
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Once a grave stele
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against black<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against black<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against white.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Marble Ancient Archaic Greek statuette of a Kore, from Aleusis, C. 490-480 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 24.  Against black
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against grey.<br />
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The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against grey.<br />
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The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335.<br />
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The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335. Against grey.<br />
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The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335. Against black<br />
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The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335.<br />
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The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322. Against white.<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Bronze statue of Roman empress Julia Aquilia Severa found at Sparta. circa 221-222 AD.  Athens National Archaeological Museum, Cat No X23321. Against black<br />
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The women in the Bronze statue wears a Chiton and himation and would have had a crwon on her head. The hair style is typical of the Severan dynisty. Julia Aquilia was the last wife of emperor Elagobalus (218-222 AD) and the damage to the statue is due to a building collapsing on it after a fire circa 221-222 AD
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 500-490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 15/2009.  Against grey.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes. Acropolis Museum Cat no 676, 257
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against black<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against grey.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Woman, found on Delos, circa 650 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1.<br />
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One of the earlist known monumental statues in stone this statue probably represents Artemis. According to the inscription carved on the left thigh of the statue it was dedicated to Apollo ny Naxian Nikandre. Typical Daedalic style from a Delos workshop.
  • parianmarble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Nike by Archermos of Chios, found ion Delos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 21.  Against grey.<br />
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This is the earlist known free standing statue of the goddess Nike, possibly the work of sculptor Archermos of Chios.
  • parianmarble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Nike by Archermos of Chios, found ion Delos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 21.<br />
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This is the earlist known free standing statue of the goddess Nike, possibly the work of sculptor Archermos of Chios.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 540 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 76.<br />
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Once a grave stele
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 570 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 28. Against black<br />
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One of the earliest known Archaic Sphinx statues once a grave stele
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 570 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 28.<br />
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One of the earliest known Archaic Sphinx statues once a grave stele
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 570 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 28. Against grey.<br />
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One of the earliest known Archaic Sphinx statues once a grave stele
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against white.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Marble Ancient Archaic Greek statuette of a Kore, from Aleusis, C. 490-480 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 24.  Against white.
  • Bronze archaic ancient Greek statue of Poseidon, found in the ancient port of Plataiai, Gulf of Livadostra, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X11761. Against white.<br />
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In this bronze statue of the god Poseidon he would have held a trident in his right hand and probably a dolphin with his left. The statues eyes are made of inlaid material.
  • Bronze archaic ancient Greek statue of Poseidon, found in the ancient port of Plataiai, Gulf of Livadostra, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X11761. Against grey.<br />
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In this bronze statue of the god Poseidon he would have held a trident in his right hand and probably a dolphin with his left. The statues eyes are made of inlaid material.
  • Bronze archaic ancient Greek statue of Poseidon, found in the ancient port of Plataiai, Gulf of Livadostra, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X11761. Against grey.<br />
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In this bronze statue of the god Poseidon he would have held a trident in his right hand and probably a dolphin with his left. The statues eyes are made of inlaid material.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against black<br />
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The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against grey.<br />
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The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against grey.<br />
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The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335. Against white.<br />
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The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335. Against black<br />
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The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Hellenstic marble statue group of Aphrodite (Venus) with Pan and Eros, Circa 100 BC, House of Poseidonaistai of Beryttos, Delos, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Cat no 3335.<br />
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The nude goddess Aphrodite (Venus) attempte to fend off goat footed Pan who make erotic advances towards her. Aphrodite holds a sandal in her right hand threatening Pan while the winged god Eros comes to her aid. According to an inscription on the statues base it was dedicated to Dionysus of Beryttos (Beirut) to hai ancestral gods.
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322. Against black<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322. Against grey.<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322. Against grey.<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Ancient Greek funerary statue of a women, type Small Herculaneum Woman style. From Delos circa 2nd Cent BC. Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 1827, Against white, <br />
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This marble statue from Delos shopws a women wearing a full length chiton and a himation that covers her entire body and arms. This style of statue is known os 'Small Herculaneum Woman' and is a copy of a famous original dating from 300 BC.
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 16/2009. Against black<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes, Acropolis Museum Cat no 687
  • parianmarble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Nike by Archermos of Chios, found ion Delos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 21.  Against grey.<br />
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This is the earlist known free standing statue of the goddess Nike, possibly the work of sculptor Archermos of Chios.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 570 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 28. Against grey.<br />
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One of the earliest known Archaic Sphinx statues once a grave stele
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against white.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322. Against white.<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • Roman bronze statue fragment of emperor Augustus, Circa 12-10 BC,  found in the Agean sea of  the Island of Euboea, Athens National Archaeological Museum. cat no X 23322. Against grey.<br />
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The emperor Augustus is depicted in mature age mounting a horse. He wears a tunica with verivle purple stripes (clavus purpurea) fringed with a meander pattern. Icongraphic features of bthe Prima Porta and Actuim type of statue are incorporated in this brnze statue. The right hand is raised in a gesture of offical greeting and the left hand held the horses reigns. A ring on the finger gears has engraved the symbol of Pontifles Maximus assumed by Augustus in 12 BC
  • The Minoan 'Bull leaping' fresco depicting an athlete leaping over a bulls back,  Knossos-Palace, 1600-1400 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.<br />
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there are 3 participants, two white skinned women and one brown skinned man. One female athele is restraining the bull ny the horns to slow it down as the male athlete performs a backward summersault ober the bulls back. The second female athlete waits to catch the leaper.<br />
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The fresco was found on the east side of the palace of Knossos together with fragments depicting different stages of bull leaping.
  • The Minoan "Three columned Shrine" minture fresco Knossos-Palace, 1700-1450 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.,grey background<br />
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The freco depicts a portico with columns on which double axes are fixed, separated by horns of consecration, on a balustrade decorated with rosettes
  • Minoan Bull wall art fresco , West Bastion, Knossos Palace, 1600-1450 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.<br />
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The Minoan Bull fresco was part of a larger composition which probably had a hunter or bull leaper in it. It is a masterpiece of Minoan naturalism and a work of high quality and expresive power.
  • Minoan floral wall art fresco from Knossos Palace, 1600-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background.
  • The Minoan 'Procession Fresco', wall art from the South Prpylaeum, Knossos Palace, 1500-1400 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background. <br />
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This latrge Minoan fresco of many figure in procession would have decorated the corridor between the West Porch and the South Propylaeum of Knossos Palace. Both sides of the corridor were painted with hundreds of male and femal;e figures carrying precious utensils and vessels, probably depicting gift bearers to the ruler of the Palace. The composition is much like those found in the Palaces and tombs of Egypt and the near east at the time. Neopalatial final period.
  • Minoan 'Blue Monkey' wall art fresco from the 'House of Frescoes' Knossos Palace, 1600-1500 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
  • Minoan wall art freco depicting a procession leading a goat from Agia Triada (Hagia Triada) Crete. 1450-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background. <br />
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This minoan fresco found at the minoan settlement of Hagia Triada, depicts a sacrifical procession leading animals to be sacrificed.
  • The Minoan 'Partridge Fresco', wall art from the  'Guset House' Knossos Palace, 1600-140 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  White Background. <br />
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This Minoan fresco was painted in vivid colours using fine brush strokes and colour gradients. It portrays partridges , commonly found in Crete, among rocks and thopical Cretian flora. It decorated the pavillion in the so called 'Guset House' or 'Caravanserai.
  • Minoan wall art fresco of 'Ladies in Blue' from Knossos Palace 1600-1450 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  White Background. <br />
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The 'Ladies in Blue' Minoan fresco depicts richy dressed female figures with opulent jewelery and clothing with flamboyant hairstyles refecting the wealth of the Palace of Knossos
  • The painted Minoan Hagia Triada Sarcophagus 1370-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background. <br />
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The limestone Hagia Triada Sarcophagus is painted with frescoes depicting the ceremonies honouring the dead.
  • Minoan fresco panel from the 'Lily Frescoes' from the 'Villa of the Lilies' Amnisos, 1600-1500 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background. <br />
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Ths freco depicts white lilies against a red background and red lilies against w white backgoround with long stems in front of a fence. The wall art uses fresco and 'in cavo' technique. Neopalatial Period.
  • Minoan wall art fresco of a 'figure of eight' shield from Knossos Palace, 1450-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background. <br />
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The Final Palatial Period Minoan fresco is from the Grand Staircase of the Palace of Knossos and is a Trompe-l'œil  of minoan warriors shields covered with ox hide.
  • The Minoan 'Procession Fresco', wall art from the South Prpylaeum, Knossos Palace, 1500-1400 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.<br />
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This latrge Minoan fresco of many figure in procession would have decorated the corridor between the West Porch and the South Propylaeum of Knossos Palace. Both sides of the corridor were painted with hundreds of male and femal;e figures carrying precious utensils and vessels, probably depicting gift bearers to the ruler of the Palace. The composition is much like those found in the Palaces and tombs of Egypt and the near east at the time. Neopalatial final period.
  • Minoan floral wall art fresco from Knossos Palace, 1600-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  White Background.
  • Minoan 'Papyrus wall art fresco from the 'House of Frescoes' Knossos Palace, 1600-1500 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  White Background.
  • The Minoan 'Blue Boy' or 'Saffron Gatherer' wall art fresco from Knossos Palace, 1600-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
  • Minoan 'Sacred Grove and Dance Freco', wall art from Knossos Palace, 1600-1450 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.   White Background. <br />
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This Neopalatial period Minoan fredco comes from thecauseway of the west facade of the palace complex.
  • Minoan bridge spouted jug with spiral decorations, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.
  • Minoan bridge spouted jug with spiral decorations, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.
  • Minoan clay polychrome pithoid jar with reed decoration, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens.
  • Large Minoan polychrome jug decorated with dolphins, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
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The illustrated dolphins on this jug are swimming happily in a marine scape, by the same painter as the 'Galloping Lions' jug
  • Large Minoan polychrome jug decorated with dolphins, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
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The illustrated dolphins on this jug are swimming happily in a marine scape, by the same painter as the 'Galloping Lions' jug
  • Large Minoan polychrome jug decorated with dolphins, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
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The illustrated dolphins on this jug are swimming happily in a marine scape, by the same painter as the 'Galloping Lions' jug
  • Large Minoan polychrome jug decorated with dolphins, Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini) National Archaeological Museum Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
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The illustrated dolphins on this jug are swimming happily in a marine scape, by the same painter as the 'Galloping Lions' jug
  • Monoan 'Antelope fresco' Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
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The Antelope fresco dep[icts two antelopes sketched with strong dark lines on a white plaster background. Their simple figures are slender and agile, and theri movements reserved are reserved yet expressive. From the same room as the 'Boxing Children' fresco the emsemble may have had a larger symbolic meaning. Room B1, Building B.
  • Monoan 'Antelope fresco' Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
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The Antelope fresco dep[icts two antelopes sketched with strong dark lines on a white plaster background. Their simple figures are slender and agile, and theri movements reserved are reserved yet expressive. From the same room as the 'Boxing Children' fresco the emsemble may have had a larger symbolic meaning. Room B1, Building B.
  • Monoan 'Antelope fresco' Wall painting from Akrotiri, Thira (Santorini). National archaeological Musuem Athens. 17th-16th cent BC.<br />
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The Antelope fresco dep[icts two antelopes sketched with strong dark lines on a white plaster background. Their simple figures are slender and agile, and theri movements reserved are reserved yet expressive. From the same room as the 'Boxing Children' fresco the emsemble may have had a larger symbolic meaning. Room B1, Building B.
  • Minoan 'Sacred Knot" fresco wall art depicting the religious apotropaic symbol, Nirou Chani 1600-1450 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.,grey background
  • Minoan 'Sacred Knot" fresco wall art depicting the religious apotropaic symbol, Nirou Chani 1600-1450 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum., black background
  • The Minoan 'Dancer' fresco deicting a doddess descending from the heavens, Knossos Palace, 1600-1450 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.,grey background<br />
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The Dancer fresco depits a goddess descending from the heavens as indicated by her locks of hair streaming in the wind. This is a familiar convention in Minoan iconogragraphy of a goddess hovering in the air, her right arm extended in a gesture of authority. This fragment is psrt of a larger epiphony scene
  • The Minoan 'Dancer' fresco deicting a doddess descending from the heavens, Knossos Palace, 1600-1450 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.,grey background<br />
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The Dancer fresco depits a goddess descending from the heavens as indicated by her locks of hair streaming in the wind. This is a familiar convention in Minoan iconogragraphy of a goddess hovering in the air, her right arm extended in a gesture of authority. This fragment is psrt of a larger epiphony scene
  • The Minoan 'Black Captain' fresco wall art from the House of Frescoes, Knossos Palace, 1350-1300 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.<br />
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The fresco probably depicts a running military detachment, the leader is wearing a Minoan loin cloth and holds two spears, he has been named "Captain of the Blacks" as those follwing him are probably black African soldiers in sercice of the palace<br />
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This scene may be depicting an excersise or sport similar to the Greek Hoplite race
  • The Minoan 'Black Captain' fresco wall art from the House of Frescoes, Knossos Palace, 1350-1300 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.,grey background<br />
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The fresco probably depicts a running military detachment, the leader is wearing a Minoan loin cloth and holds two spears, he has been named "Captain of the Blacks" as those follwing him are probably black African soldiers in sercice of the palace<br />
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This scene may be depicting an excersise or sport similar to the Greek Hoplite race
  • The Minoan 'Bull leaping' fresco depicting an athlete leaping over a bulls back,  Knossos-Palace, 1600-1400 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.,grey background<br />
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there are 3 participants, two white skinned women and one brown skinned man. One female athele is restraining the bull ny the horns to slow it down as the male athlete performs a backward summersault ober the bulls back. The second female athlete waits to catch the leaper.<br />
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The fresco was found on the east side of the palace of Knossos together with fragments depicting different stages of bull leaping.
  • The Minoan 'Bull leaping' fresco depicting an athlete leaping over a bulls back,  Knossos-Palace, 1600-1400 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.<br />
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there are 3 participants, two white skinned women and one brown skinned man. One female athele is restraining the bull ny the horns to slow it down as the male athlete performs a backward summersault ober the bulls back. The second female athlete waits to catch the leaper.<br />
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The fresco was found on the east side of the palace of Knossos together with fragments depicting different stages of bull leaping.
  • The Minoan 'Bull leaping' fresco depicting an athlete leaping over a bulls back,  Knossos-Palace, 1600-1400 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.,grey background<br />
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there are 3 participants, two white skinned women and one brown skinned man. One female athele is restraining the bull ny the horns to slow it down as the male athlete performs a backward summersault ober the bulls back. The second female athlete waits to catch the leaper.<br />
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The fresco was found on the east side of the palace of Knossos together with fragments depicting different stages of bull leaping.
  • Minoan 'Prince of the Lilies' wall art freco, Knossos Palace, 1600-1450 BCHeraklion Archaeological Museum.<br />
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An emblematic image of Minoan Crete this fresco was part of a larger composition in high relief. The fresco depicts a life size figure wearing a coloured kilt with a cod piece and a belt. A majestic crown on his head is adorned with papyrus lilies and peacock feathers. Neopalatial Period.
  • The painted Minoan Hagia Triada Sarcophagus 1370-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background. <br />
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The limestone Hagia Triada Sarcophagus is painted with frescoes depicting the ceremonies honouring the dead.
  • Minoan 'Papyrus wall art fresco from the 'House of Frescoes' Knossos Palace, 1600-1500 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background.
  • The Minoan 'Saffron Gatherer' wall art fresco, from 'House of Frescoes' Knossos Palace. 1700-1450 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background. <br />
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The 'Saffron Gatherers' fresco depicts a blue monket gatering saffron crocuses and placing them in a basket. The saffron is thought to have been a gift to the 'Great Goddess'. One of the earliest frescoes from Knossos.
  • Minoan high relief wall art fresco of Griffins, Gret East Hall, Knossos. 1600-1450 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background. <br />
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This minoan high relief fresco decorated the Great East Hall of Knossos palace. The decoration of the hall included religious scenes depicting boxing, and bull leaping games.
  • Minoan wall art freco depicting a procession leading a goat from Agia Triada (Hagia Triada) Crete. 1450-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background. <br />
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This minoan fresco found at the minoan settlement of Hagia Triada, depicts a sacrifical procession leading animals to be sacrificed.
  • Minoan wall art fresco of a 'figure of eight' shield from Knossos Palace, 1450-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.<br />
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The Final Palatial Period Minoan fresco is from the Grand Staircase of the Palace of Knossos and is a Trompe-l'œil  of minoan warriors shields covered with ox hide.
  • Minoan 'Papyrus wall art fresco from the 'House of Frescoes' Knossos Palace, 1600-1500 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
  • Minoan wall art fresco depicting a female figure, Neopalatial Period, C.1450 BC. Pseira, Crete. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
  • The Minoan ' Camp Stool' wall art fresco from the West vwing of Knossos Palace, 1450-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background. <br />
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This Minoan fresco probably depicted a typical banquet at Knossos Palace held in the Upper Hall of the West Wing. Figures seated on 'camp stools' are raising cups and kylikes. A female figure with Mediterranean features wearing vivid make up named ' La Parisienne' by Arthur Evans, has a large 'sacred knot' bunched behind her head and maybe she was a priestess.
  • The Minoan 'Cup Bearer' from the 'Procession Fresco', wall art from the South Prpylaeum, Knossos Palace, 1500-1400 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background. <br />
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The 'Cup Bearer' depicts a youth with long black hair, a naked torso and a richly decorated kilt carrying a large silver rhuyhon ceremonial vessel. This large Minoan fresco of many figure in procession would have decorated the corridor between the West Porch and the South Propylaeum of Knossos Palace. Both sides of the corridor were painted with hundreds of male and femal;e figures carrying precious utensils and vessels, probably depicting gift bearers to the ruler of the Palace. The composition is much like those found in the Palaces and tombs of Egypt and the near east at the time. Neopalatial final period.
  • The Minoan 'Tripartite Shrine' or ;Grandstand Fresco', wall art from  Knossos Palace, 1600-1450 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum. Black Background. <br />
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The Minoan fresco depicts females seated on a raised platform and a large crowd in what is thought to be the Central Court of Knossos Palace. .
  • Minoan wall art fresco of 'Ladies in Blue' from Knossos Palace 1600-1450 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.<br />
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The 'Ladies in Blue' Minoan fresco depicts richy dressed female figures with opulent jewelery and clothing with flamboyant hairstyles refecting the wealth of the Palace of Knossos
  • The Minoan 'Dolphin Fresco' wall art from the Queen's Megaron, Knossos Palace, 1600-1450 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.<br />
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Two dolphins are depicted swimming amongst small fish .
  • Minoan floral wall art fresco from Knossos Palace, 1600-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background.
  • Minoan wall art fresco depicting a female figure, Neopalatial Period, C.1450 BC. Pseira, Crete. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Grey Background.
  • The painted Minoan Hagia Triada Sarcophagus 1370-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.<br />
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The limestone Hagia Triada Sarcophagus is painted with frescoes depicting the ceremonies honouring the dead.
  • Minoan wall art fresco depicting a female figure, Neopalatial Period, C.1450 BC. Pseira, Crete. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
  • The painted Minoan Hagia Triada Sarcophagus 1370-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum. Black Background. <br />
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The limestone Hagia Triada Sarcophagus is painted with frescoes depicting the ceremonies honouring the dead.
  • Minoan 'Blue Monkey' wall art fresco from the 'House of Frescoes' Knossos Palace, 1600-1500 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  White Background.
  • The Minoan 'Procession Fresco', wall art from the South Prpylaeum, Knossos Palace, 1500-1400 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  White Background. <br />
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This latrge Minoan fresco of many figure in procession would have decorated the corridor between the West Porch and the South Propylaeum of Knossos Palace. Both sides of the corridor were painted with hundreds of male and femal;e figures carrying precious utensils and vessels, probably depicting gift bearers to the ruler of the Palace. The composition is much like those found in the Palaces and tombs of Egypt and the near east at the time. Neopalatial final period.
  • Close up of The Minoan ' Camp Stool' wall art fresco from the West vwing of Knossos Palace, 1450-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.<br />
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This Minoan fresco probably depicted a typical banquet at Knossos Palace held in the Upper Hall of the West Wing. Figures seated on 'camp stools' are raising cups and kylikes. A female figure with Mediterranean features wearing vivid make up named ' La Parisienne' by Arthur Evans, has a large 'sacred knot' bunched behind her head and maybe she was a priestess.
  • The Minoan 'Procession Fresco', wall art from the South Prpylaeum, Knossos Palace, 1500-1400 BC . Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  White Background. <br />
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This latrge Minoan fresco of many figure in procession would have decorated the corridor between the West Porch and the South Propylaeum of Knossos Palace. Both sides of the corridor were painted with hundreds of male and femal;e figures carrying precious utensils and vessels, probably depicting gift bearers to the ruler of the Palace. The composition is much like those found in the Palaces and tombs of Egypt and the near east at the time. Neopalatial final period.
  • Minoan 'Sacred Grove and Dance Freco', wall art from Knossos Palace, 1600-1450 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  Black Background. <br />
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This Neopalatial period Minoan fredco comes from thecauseway of the west facade of the palace complex.
  • The Minoan 'Saffron Gatherer' wall art fresco, from 'House of Frescoes' Knossos Palace. 1700-1450 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.<br />
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The 'Saffron Gatherers' fresco depicts a blue monket gatering saffron crocuses and placing them in a basket. The saffron is thought to have been a gift to the 'Great Goddess'. One of the earliest frescoes from Knossos.
  • Minoan floral wall art fresco from Knossos Palace, 1600-1300 BC. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.  White Background.

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