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Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Man standing holding the reins of a horse with a dog before

Man standing holding the reins of a horse with a dog before. Fresco dated between 14th and 13th century BC. Second palace of Tiryns National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Greece. Fresco of the Lady of Mycenae or the

Mycenaean art. Greece. Fresco of the Lady of Mycenae or the Mycenaean. 13th century B.C. It depicts a goddess. Found at Mycenae in 1970. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek Art. The lady of Kalymnos. Bronze statue

Greek Art. The lady of Kalymnos. Bronze statue. Found by a fisherman on the Sea of A?a?A?a?Kalymnos in late 1994. Probably belongs to the Hellenistic Period, perhaps late 2nd century B.C

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Prehistoric Art. Greece. Handmade vase without decoration

Prehistoric Art. Greece. Handmade vase without decoration. Globular body with two small handles, wide mouth and foot. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek Art. Greece. 4th century BCE. Bronze statue of a youun

Greek Art. Greece. 4th century BCE. Bronze statue of a youun
Greek Art. Greece. 4th century BCE. Bronze statue of a young identified as Perseus with Medusas head hanging. However, probably represents Paris and would subject the apple of discord

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Minoan art. Greece. 16th century B. C. Fresco of boxing kids

Minoan art. Greece. 16th century B. C. Fresco of boxing kids
Minoan art. Greece. 16th century B.C. Fresco of boxing kids. Fight between two teens provided with gloves and a belt. Painted stucco. Room B1 from Akrotiri (Thera). (1550-1500 BC)

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Greece. Silver rhyton as head of a bull with

Mycenaean art. Greece. Silver rhyton as head of a bull with golden horns and forehead adorned with a gold rosette. Royal Tomb IV at Mycenae. 16th century BCE. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Zeus Meilichios depicted as a snake and a family of supplica

Zeus Meilichios depicted as a snake and a family of supplica
Relief with Zeus Meilichios depicted as a snake. On the left, a family of supplicants. Dedicated by Aristomene. Found in Pangrati (Athens) and dated between 350-300 BC

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Taurobolium Altar. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. G

Taurobolium Altar. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. G
Taurobolium Altar (360-370) with relief depicting the goddess Cybele enthroned with Demeter (right) flanked by Persephone Kore and Iacchus. Probably from Chalandri. National Archaeological Museum

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Set of gold pieces among which eight rosettes

Mycenaean art. Set of gold pieces among which eight rosettes with petals. Koukaki, Athens. 14th Century BCE National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Llyre of ivory with decorative carvings at th

Mycenaean art. Llyre of ivory with decorative carvings at the base that was the sound box. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek Art. Greece. Artemis statue carved in Parian marble

Greek Art. Greece. Artemis statue carved in Parian marble. Located at the House of Diadumenos in Delos. Dated around 100 BCE National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek Art. Greece. 5th century BCE. Pentelic marble funerary

Greek Art. Greece. 5th century BCE. Pentelic marble funerary stele with relief depicting a scene of farewell between a boy and a man. Found in Athens. Dated to 400 BC. National Archaeological Museum

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek Art. Greece. Bust of Asclepius. Pentelic marble. Bust

Greek Art. Greece. Bust of Asclepius. Pentelic marble. Bust. Copy of the 2nd century BCE. Replica of the statue of Asclepius that Scopas carved between 350-300 BC

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek art. Classical period. Initial Period. Zeus. Bronze sc

Greek art. Classical period. Initial Period. Zeus. Bronze sculpture. Dated to the year 460 BCE Found at sea from Cape Artemision. Severe Style. Detail of the head. National Archaeological Museum

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Treasury of the Acropolis of Mycenae. Golden

Mycenaean art. Treasury of the Acropolis of Mycenae. Golden cup with two handles ending with the head of a dog biting the edge of the cup. Found in a tomb of Circle A

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek Art. Greece. Funerary statue of a woman carved in marb

Greek Art. Greece. Funerary statue of a woman carved in marble. Bust. Found in Delos. Copy of 2nd century BCE from an original dated in 300 BCE. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Greece. Funerary stele in stone. Relief depic

Mycenaean art. Greece. Funerary stele in stone. Relief depicting a lion chasing a deer. From the tomb V of Circle A at Mycenae. Dated in 16th century B.C. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek Art. 2nd century BC. Jockey of Artemision. Greece

Greek Art. 2nd century BC. Jockey of Artemision. Greece
Greek Art. 2nd century BC. Jockey of Artemision. Bronze sculpture dated around the year 140 BC. Detail. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Greece. Fragments of pottery. Painting style

Mycenaean art. Greece. Fragments of pottery. Painting style. Dating from 14th-12th centuries B.C. Acropolis of Mycenae. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Greece. Fresco depicting a female figure

Mycenaean art. Greece. Fresco depicting a female figure. Dated from 14th and 13th centuries B.C. It comes from the second palace of Tiryns. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Greece. Clay tablet with inscriptions on Myce

Mycenaean art. Greece. Clay tablet with inscriptions on Mycenaean Linear B script. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Greece. Rhyton as lions head embossed in gol

Mycenaean art. Greece. Rhyton as lions head embossed in gold foil. Found in Tomb IV Circle A at Mycenae. Around 1550 BCE National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Taurobolium Altar. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. G

Taurobolium Altar. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. G
Taurobolium Altar (360-370) with relief depicting the goddess Cybele enthroned with Demeter (right) flanked by Persephone Kore and Iacchus. Probably from Chalandri. National Archaeological Museum

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek urn. Greece

Greek urn. Greece
Urn (150-200) decorated with a relief depicting the deceased marriage with Aphrodite (center) writing their names on a shield held by Eros. On the right, Bellerophon with Pegasus. Dokimeion marble

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Clay tablet inscribed with mycenaean Linear B script. Nation

Clay tablet inscribed with mycenaean Linear B script. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek Art. Archaic period. Greek pithos decorated with the g

Greek Art. Archaic period. Greek pithos decorated with the great nature goddess flanked by lions and birds. It comes from Thebes (Boeotia) and is dated between 680-670 B.C. Oriental style

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek Art. Archaic period. Krater painted with scenes of men

Greek Art. Archaic period. Krater painted with scenes of men and women dancing. Below, is depicted panthers and wild goats. It comes from Kaza (Eleftheros). Komast Style Group

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek Art. Greece. Funerary statue of a woman carved in marb

Greek Art. Greece. Funerary statue of a woman carved in marble. Found in Delos. Copy of 2nd century BCE from an original dated in 300 BCE. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek Art. 2nd century BC. Jockey of Artemision. Greece

Greek Art. 2nd century BC. Jockey of Artemision. Greece
Greek Art. 2nd century BC. Jockey of Artemision. Bronze sculpture dated around the year 140 BC. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Greece. Female figure with ritual gesture

Mycenaean art. Greece. Female figure with ritual gesture and necklace. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Prehistoric Art. Age of Metals. Greece. Different types of k

Prehistoric Art. Age of Metals. Greece. Different types of knives, axes and various utensils. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Greek Art. 2nd century BC. Jockey of Artemision. Greece

Greek Art. 2nd century BC. Jockey of Artemision. Greece
Greek Art. 2nd century BC. Jockey of Artemision. Bronze sculpture dated around the year 140 BC. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Greece. Tiryns treasure

Mycenaean art. Greece. Tiryns treasure. 15th-12th centuries B.C. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. 14th century B. C. Greece. Stone podium where

Mycenaean art. 14th century B. C. Greece. Stone podium where
Mycenaean art. 14th century B.C. Greece. Stone podium where was placed the royal throne in the Royal Palace megaron at Tiryns

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Picture No. 11021941

Picture No. 11021941
Mycenaean art. Crete. Vase with zoomorphic decoration based on three large octopus. Found in the tomb 2 at Mycenaean cemetery of Prosymna Argive. Dated in the 15th century BCE

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Mycenaean art. Greece. Fresco depicting a male figure

Mycenaean art. Greece. Fresco depicting a male figure. Dated from 14th and 13th centuries B.C. It comes from the second palace of Tiryns. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Prehistoric Art. Early Bronze Age. Handmade Jar of clay with

Prehistoric Art. Early Bronze Age. Handmade Jar of clay without decoration. Globular body, wide mouth and a handle. Dated in the third millennium B.C. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Statue of Telesphorus child. National Archaeological Museum

Statue of Telesphorus child. National Archaeological Museum
Statue of Telesphorus (3rd century) depicted as a child. Pentelic marble. From the Sanctuary of Asclepius at Epidaurus. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Head of a bearded god in Pentelic marble probably depicting

Head of a bearded god in Pentelic marble probably depicting Zeus or Hermes. It seems a work by parian sculptor Euphron. Dated between 450-440 B.C. Eetioneia sanctuary in Piraeus

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Krater of the Warriors. Dated between 1200-1100 B. C. Mycenae

Krater of the Warriors. Dated between 1200-1100 B. C. Mycenae
Krater of the Warriors depicting a woman goodbying six warriors. Dated between 1200-1100 B.C. Mycenae. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Womans head painted. 13th Century B. C National Archaeolog

Womans head painted. 13th Century B. C National Archaeolog
Womans head painted. It comes from the Worship Center area of the acropolis of Mycenae. 13th century B.C. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Two women in a carriage. Fresco dated between 14th and 13th

Two women in a carriage. Fresco dated between 14th and 13th century BC. Second palace of Tiryns National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Marble female figure. Neolithic. V millennium B. C. Greece

Marble female figure. Neolithic. V millennium B. C. Greece
Prehistory. Neolithic. Marble female figure dated to the end of five millennium BC. Found in Aegina. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageImages Dated 14th June 2007: Wild boar hunting. Fresco dated between 14th and 13th centur

Wild boar hunting. Fresco dated between 14th and 13th century BC. Second palace of Tiryns National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece


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