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artpropelled:  This elegant clay pot comes from the Keram River area of Papua New Guinea’s East Sepik Province

This elegant clay pot comes from the Keram River area of Papua New Guinea’s East Sepik Province. Such pots were not used to smoke meat as is commonly written but to store already smoked items relatively fresh above the cooking fires. in height

Selection of carvings from the Castro de Santa Tegra, A Guarda, Galicia. ~ Celtic culture of the northwestern regions of the Iberian Peninsula- present-day northern Portugal / Spanish regions of Galicia, Asturias and NW León - from the end of the Bronze Age (c. 9th century BC) until it was subsumed by Roman culture (c. 1st century BC).

Castro culture ~ A selection of motifs and carvings from the oppida region. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Celtic

Minoan teapot – Kamares.  [Weird]

The Kamares style is so named after the sanctuary on Mount Ida, where extensive numbers of this pottery were excavated in Kamares pottery is the first 'polychrome' Minoan pottery and dates to the early second millennium BC.

Minoan frying pan with decorative spirals. From around 2700 to 1450 BC, the Minoan civilization flourished as a seafaring and mercantile culture. This vibrant culture was centred around the island of Crete and eventually dominated the Agean region. The Egyptians called the Minoans “the Sea Peoples” and had a fond appreciation for Minoan pottery and ceramics, prized for their innovative shapes and sea-inspired designs

Minoan pottery — "frying pan" with characteristic decorative spirals.

Kamarees ware jar, from Phaistos (Crete), Greece.  BC Crete, have been found at sites through the Aegean islands and mainland Greece, on Cyprus, along the coastal Syria and in Egypt, showing the wide trading contacts of the Minoans. The extremely fine palace pottery called Kamares ware, and the Late Minoan all-over patterned "Marine style" are the high points of the Minoan pottery tradition.

Study online flashcards and notes for Minoan/Mycenean/Greek including Dipylon Vase: Style: Geometric Art Date: c. 800 BCE -woman's burial urn - funerary scenes painted on vase tall ;

Minoan Art Pottery

Minoan art Archives - Ceramics and Pottery Arts and Resources