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Ancient Greece

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Marble female figure

Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge,MA, USA

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Seated harp player

2800 BC

Early Cycladic I–II Cycladic; Grotta-Pelos culture

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Location: Cyclades

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Marble head

2700 BC

Head from the figure of a woman, Spedos type, Early Cycladic II (2700 BC–2300 BC), Keros culture.

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Location: Cyclades

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Marble female figure

2600 BC

Early Cycladic II Keros-Syros culture

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Female figure

4000 BC

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Location: Cyclades

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Marble harp player

1900 BC

Cycladic figurine, bronze age, from the early cycladic II period, early spedos type, found in early 19. century in a grave on the greek island of Santorini. H 13,5 cm, W 5,7 cm, D 10,9 cm Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe, Germany

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Bowl sherd

Kamares pot

Category: Pottery

Location: Cnossus

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Bridge-spouted Jar

Restored and given to the NYMM by the Ashmolean, Oxford, UK

Category: Pottery

Location: Cnossus

Material: Terracotta

Collection: NYMM

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Reference: 11.186.10

Votive figure

Category: Sculpture

Location: Crete

Material: Terracotta

Collection: BM

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Male Votive figure

Category: Sculpture

Location: Crete

Material: Terracotta

Collection: BM

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Votive figure

Category: Sculpture

Location: Crete

Material: Terracotta

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Reference: 1907,0119.1

Cretan spouted jug

2000 BC

Archaeological Museum of Herakleion. Kamares-style pottery. Old palatial period 2100-1700 B.C.

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Bridge-spouted Jar

Category: Pottery

Location: Crete

Material: Terracotta

Collection: NYMM

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Reference: 07.232.25

Bull and acrobat figure

Category: Sculpture

Location: Crete

Material: Bronze

Collection: BM

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Reference: 1966,0328.1

Bull's head vase

This vase is a type of rhyton, or libation vase. The offering was poured through the hole in the animal's muzzle. The vase was filled either by immersion in a large container or through the hole on the head. Using the principle of the siphon, liquid would not flow out as long as the opening at the top was closed with the thumb.(NYMM)

Category: Sculpture

Location: Crete

Material: Terracotta

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Bronze Female figure

Possibly votive figure with typical one arm raised to the head in worship or veneration

Category: Sculpture

Location: Crete

Material: Bronze

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Reference: 24.150.9

Type: Culture
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Script: Linear B
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Stirrup vase with octopus design

Category: Pottery

Location: Rhodes

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Mask of Agamemnon

Found at Mycenae, by Heinrich Schliemann Present location National Archaeological Museum of Athens

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Bull-head vase

1500 BC

Silver mycaenean vase (rhtyon) shaped as a bull head.(wiki)

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Location: Mycenae

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Larnax (chest-shaped coffin)

Category: Ornament

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Reference: 1996.521a, b

Votive bull figure

Category: Sculpture

Location: Crete

Material: Bronze

Collection: BM

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Bronze figure

Category: Sculpture

Location: Crete

Material: Bronze

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Minoan Octopus Vase

1500 BC

Cretan clay Octopus vase. Archaeological Museum in Herakleion

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Kouros statues

Kleobis and Biton. Identified by inscriptions on the base. Dedicated to Delphi by the city of Argos, signed by [Poly?]medes of Argos. H. 1.97 m (6 ft. 5 ½ in.)(wiki) Archaeological Museum of Delphi.

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Sounion Kouros

Kouros statue, National Archaeological Museum, Athens (NAMA)

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Temple of Poseidon

Cape Sounion, the southernmost point of Attica

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Head of a Kouros

National Archaeological Museum of Athens

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Kroisos Kouros

marble kouros statue from Anavyssos in Attica. National Archaeological Museum of Athens

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Temple of Trajan

at Pergamon,Asia Minor. Built by Hadrian

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