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row of tulip flowers coloring pages for kids

row of tulip flowers coloring pages for kids

Tools from the stone age

Tools from the stone age

Bronze mermaid from the Middle East,  age of 3000 years.  Бронзовая русалка с Ближнего Востока, возрастом в 3 000 лет.

Bronze mermaid from the Middle East, age of 3000 years. Бронзовая русалка с Ближнего Востока, возрастом в 3 000 лет.

Final Neolithic from the Cave of Pan at Marathon     Sherd with straw impression and sherd with incised linear decoration.   Final Neolithic ('Subneolithic') period, ca. 3400-3200 BCE.  From the Cave of Pan, Marathon.   Archaeological Museum of Marathon, Greece  (Greek Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia; Marathon on Pleiades)

Final Neolithic from the Cave of Pan at Marathon Sherd with straw impression and sherd with incised linear decoration. Final Neolithic ('Subneolithic') period, ca. 3400-3200 BCE. From the Cave of Pan, Marathon. Archaeological Museum of Marathon, Greece (Greek Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia; Marathon on Pleiades)

Globular vase from Tsepi     Globular vase with vertical ridges  From the Early Helladic/Cycladic cemetery of Tsepi, Marathon  (Tsepi on www.visitmarathon.gr and the Megalithic Portal)   Archaeological Museum of Marathon, Greece (Greek Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia; Marathon on Pleiades)

Globular vase from Tsepi Globular vase with vertical ridges From the Early Helladic/Cycladic cemetery of Tsepi, Marathon (Tsepi on www.visitmarathon.gr and the Megalithic Portal) Archaeological Museum of Marathon, Greece (Greek Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia; Marathon on Pleiades)

Frying pans from Aghios Kosmas     Cycladic-type 'frying pans'  Early Helladic II cemetery at Aghios Kosmas, Attica.  Ca. 2800-2300 BCE.   National Archaeological Museum, Athens

Frying pans from Aghios Kosmas Cycladic-type 'frying pans' Early Helladic II cemetery at Aghios Kosmas, Attica. Ca. 2800-2300 BCE. National Archaeological Museum, Athens

Early Bronze Age amphoras from Tsepi     From the Early Helladic/Cycladic cemetery of Tsepi, Marathon  (Tsepi on www.visitmarathon.gr and the Megalithic Portal)   Archaeological Museum of Marathon, Greece (Greek Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia; Marathon on Pleiades)

Early Bronze Age amphoras from Tsepi From the Early Helladic/Cycladic cemetery of Tsepi, Marathon (Tsepi on www.visitmarathon.gr and the Megalithic Portal) Archaeological Museum of Marathon, Greece (Greek Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia; Marathon on Pleiades)

"Every woman can find her image/reflection in one of these deities...."  :) I'm not sure if *every* woman can find her exact shape here, but I'm sure many can, in one statue or mixes of some... anyway, this is awesome. all these shapes are beautiful :)

"Every woman can find her image/reflection in one of these deities...." :) I'm not sure if *every* woman can find her exact shape here, but I'm sure many can, in one statue or mixes of some... anyway, this is awesome. all these shapes are beautiful :)

EH I vase from the Cave of Pan at Marathon     Globular vase found covered with the base of another vessel. It contained a necklace of pearls and seashells, perhaps a child's talisman(?).  Early Helladic I, ca. 3200-2700 BCE.  From the Cave of Pan, Marathon.   Archaeological Museum of Marathon, Greece  (Greek Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia; Marathon on Pleiades)

EH I vase from the Cave of Pan at Marathon Globular vase found covered with the base of another vessel. It contained a necklace of pearls and seashells, perhaps a child's talisman(?). Early Helladic I, ca. 3200-2700 BCE. From the Cave of Pan, Marathon. Archaeological Museum of Marathon, Greece (Greek Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia; Marathon on Pleiades)

'Frying pans' (1 & 2) from Tsepi     'Frying pans' with incised linear and spiral decoration  From the Early Helladic/Cycladic cemetery at Tsepi, Marathon  (Tsepi on www.visitmarathon.gr and the Megalithic Portal)   Archaeological Museum of Marathon, Greece  (Greek Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia; Marathon on Pleiades)

'Frying pans' (1 & 2) from Tsepi 'Frying pans' with incised linear and spiral decoration From the Early Helladic/Cycladic cemetery at Tsepi, Marathon (Tsepi on www.visitmarathon.gr and the Megalithic Portal) Archaeological Museum of Marathon, Greece (Greek Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia; Marathon on Pleiades)