The Bees of Malia Crete Excavated by the French from the Chrysolakkos necropolis in Mallia, Crete, first published in 1930 (P. Demargne, BCH 54 and now in the Archaeological Museum of Herakleion, Greece.
Cycladic Head with painted facial tattoos - Cycladic Islands - Marble - Early Bronze Age - 2000 BC) --- scratch marks / tattoos are sometimes found on face - thought to be a sign of mourning as in at a funeral.
Laconian (Spartan) bronze mirror said to be from southern Italy (Taranto?), second half of the century B. The handle is in the form of a young maiden standing on a recumbent lion with griffins springing from her shoulders.