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ΒΙΟΛΟΣΧΗΜΟ ΕΙΔΩΛΙΟ | Museum of Cycladic Art

ΒΙΟΛΟΣΧΗΜΟ ΕΙΔΩΛΙΟ | Museum of Cycladic Art

Cross Byzantine bronze cross from Nisyros (11th-12th century AD) The cross is decorated with an incised representation of the Archangel Michael, who is named by inscription Design: Thomas Kotsigiannis

Cross Byzantine bronze cross from Nisyros (11th-12th century AD) The cross is decorated with an incised representation of the Archangel Michael, who is named by inscription Design: Thomas Kotsigiannis

Violin-shaped figurine The violin-shaped figurine is the most common and best known type of the Early Cycladic schematic figurines. Their name is self-explanatory and derives from the fact that the shape resembles that of a violin Early Cycladic II period 2800-2300 B.C.

Violin-shaped figurine The violin-shaped figurine is the most common and best known type of the Early Cycladic schematic figurines. Their name is self-explanatory and derives from the fact that the shape resembles that of a violin Early Cycladic II period 2800-2300 B.C.

Violin-shaped Figurine Early Cycladic II period 2800-2300 B.C. The earliest manifestation of Cycladic sculpture.

Violin-shaped Figurine Early Cycladic II period 2800-2300 B.C. The earliest manifestation of Cycladic sculpture.

Early Cycladic Figurines (Illustration) -- Ancient History Encyclopedia

Early Cycladic Figurines (Illustration) -- Ancient History Encyclopedia

National Archaeological Museum of Athens

National Archaeological Museum of Athens

[Unknown, Cycladic Violin-shaped Figurine, ca. 2800 - 3200 BCE.,Marble, Early Bronze Age, Cycladic Art] Although this figurine looked a lot like a violin, if you think of it in a different perspective and more imagination, you could actually see a human body shape. The most obvious is definitely the neck line, there was a ‘V’ which help to emphasis. Violin shaped figurines was a very common way to represent the female human body in early Cycladic period and they are usually below 20 cm…

[Unknown, Cycladic Violin-shaped Figurine, ca. 2800 - 3200 BCE.,Marble, Early Bronze Age, Cycladic Art] Although this figurine looked a lot like a violin, if you think of it in a different perspective and more imagination, you could actually see a human body shape. The most obvious is definitely the neck line, there was a ‘V’ which help to emphasis. Violin shaped figurines was a very common way to represent the female human body in early Cycladic period and they are usually below 20 cm…

Violin-shaped Figurine Early Cycladic II period 2800-2300 B.C.

Violin-shaped Figurine Early Cycladic II period 2800-2300 B.C.

Early Cycladic, 3200–2800 B.C.E.

Early Cycladic, 3200–2800 B.C.E.

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