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A collection of candlesticks inspired by ancient Greek temples, together with delicately scented candles, make up a full line of deco accessories that Candle Holder Decor, Popular Art, Oil Lamps, Tea Light Holder, Ancient Greek, Scented Candles, Decoration, Candlesticks, Tea Lights
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Collumn candlestick (L) - HELLENIC CULTURE

Stylish architectural candlesticks in the shape of minimal Doric, artistic Ionian and the elaborate Corinthian columns.

ΠΛΑΓΓΟΝΑ | PLAGON Marionette Puppet, Puppets, In Ancient Times, Decoration, Decorative Bells, Ceramics, Ceramic Sculptures, Paper Mache, Image Search
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Plagon - Ancient doll - HELLENIC CULTURE

Plagon - Based on an exhibit at the Athens, National Archaeological Museum (7th cent. B.C.).Bell-shaped doll with moving legs. Plagons are considered the ancients marionettes (puppets). They were a children's ancient toy, girl's favorite. In ancient times girls were trained at early age for mother's role, that is why they were not separated from their dolls, plagons. Plagons depict female figures with special hairdo and clothing.

ΔΟΥΡΕΙΟΣ ΙΠΠΟΣ | TROJAN HORSE Trojan Horse, Trojan War, City Of Troy, Wooden Horse, Decoration, Sculptures, Horses, Decor, Stick Horses
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Trojan Horse - HELLENIC CULTURE

The Trojan Horse is a tale from the Trojan War about the subterfuge that the Greeks used to enter the city of Troy and win the war. In the canonical version, after a fruitless 10-year siege, the Greeks constructed a huge wooden horse, and hid a select force of men inside. The Greeks pretended to sail away, and the Trojans pulled the horse into their city as a victory trophy. That night the Greek force crept out of the horse and opened the gates for the rest of the Greek army, which had…

Stylish architectural candlesticks in the shape of minimal Doric, artistic Ionian and the elaborate Corinthian columns. Candle Holder Decor, Popular Art, Corinthian, Oil Lamps, Tea Light Holder, Decoration, Candlesticks, Tea Lights, Hand Painted
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Collumn candlestick (S) - HELLENIC CULTURE

Stylish architectural candlesticks in the shape of minimal Doric, artistic Ionian and the elaborate Corinthian columns.

The Hippocratic Oath is an oath historically taken by physicians.

Hippocratic Oath - HELLENIC CULTURE

The Hippocratic Oath is an oath historically taken by physicians. It is one of the most widely known of Greek medical texts. In its original form, it requires a new physician to swear, by a number of healing gods, to uphold specific ethical standards. Of historic and traditional value, the oath is considered a rite of passage for practitioners of medicine in many countries, although nowadays various modernized versions are often used. The Hippocratic Oath translated in English:I swear by…

The Cycladic civilization flourished in the central of Aegean sea and maintains one of the largest and most complete collections Flourish, Decoration, Civilization, Sculptures, Objects, Bronze, Ceramics, Antiques, Mini
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Cycladic head mini - HELLENIC CULTURE

The Cycladic civilization flourished in the central of Aegean sea and maintains one of the largest and most complete collections of Cycladic antiquities in the world. Representative samples are: figurines made of marble, vases, bronze weapons, tools and ceramic objects Particular emphasis were given to man and his proportions.

A museum copy by a neolithic seated figure. Nemean Lion, Decoration, Sculptures, Museum, Bronze, Decor, Sculpting, Deko, Embellishments
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Neolithic seated figure - HELLENIC CULTURE

A museum copy by a neolithic seated figure. The original figurine is made of flat shaped pebble (6500 - 4500 BC). It has been found at Magoula Karamourlar (Megnesia). The figurine exhibited in Athanassakio Archaeological Museum of Volos city.

In Greek mythology, Argo was the ship on which Jason and the Argonauts sailed from Iolcos (Volos city) to retrieve the Jason And The Argonauts, Plastic Doll, Greek Mythology, Gift Packaging, Decoration, Bookends, Miniatures, Ship, Culture

Argo wooden miniature - HELLENIC CULTURE

In Greek mythology, Argo was the ship on which Jason and the Argonauts sailed from Iolcos (Volos city) to retrieve the Golden Fleece. She was named after her builder, Argus, son of Frixos and Halkiopis.

Minoan ram B.) The ram was an ancient symbol of power and authority. It was a dominant figure in most Minoan art and appeared in many different forms in the Minoan civilization. Black Clay, White Clay, Ancient Symbols Of Power, Minoan Art, Decoration, Ceramic Art, Civilization, Sculptures, Ceramics
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Minoan ram mini - HELLENIC CULTURE

Minoan ram (1350 B.C.)The ram was an ancient symbol of power and authority. It was a dominant figure in most Minoan art and appeared in many different forms in the Minoan civilization.

Neolithic female figurine made of natural materials (theran earth, magnesite etc. The original figurine is made of marble, dated at 2500 B.

Neolithic female figurine - HELLENIC CULTURE

Neolithic female figurine made of natural materials (theran earth, magnesite etc.). The original figurine is made of marble, dated at 2500 B.C. and exhibited at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.

Attic vase with decoration by "Attikon Fos". Typical form of Attic vase-painting century B. Handmade piece of clay, worked in traditional manner on scale. Black Clay, White Clay, The Secret History, Manners, Decoration, Attic, Stoneware, Tea Pots, Sculptures
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Attic Vase mini - HELLENIC CULTURE

Attic vase with decoration by "Attikon Fos". Typical form of Attic vase-painting (5th century B.C.). Handmade piece of clay, worked in traditional manner on scale. Scale adaptation.Code: 60560

Attic Goblet with decoration by "Attikon Fos". Typical form of Attic vase-painting century B. Handmade piece of clay, worked in traditional manner on scale. Black Clay, White Clay, Manners, Decoration, Attic, Stoneware, Sculptures, Vase, Ceramics
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Attic Goblet mini - HELLENIC CULTURE

Attic Goblet with decoration by "Attikon Fos". Typical form of Attic vase-painting (5th century B.C.). Handmade piece of clay, worked in traditional manner on scale. Scale adaptation.Code: 60558

ΚΥΠΕΛΛΟ | GOBLET Mycenaean, Minoan, Black Clay, White Clay, Oil Lamps, Decoration, Stoneware, Wine Glass, Vase
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Goblet Minoan mini - HELLENIC CULTURE

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Ancient Greek Chariot of Goddess Athena Holding an Owl Snake Goddess, Athena Goddess, Parthenon, Acropolis, Roman Mythology, Greek Mythology, Battle Of Salamis, Ancient Greek Religion, Law And Justice
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CHARIOT OF GODDESS ATHENA & HER OWL - HELLENIC CULTURE

Chariot carrying Goddess Athena, holding her owl. Athena or Athene, is the goddess of wisdom, courage, inspiration, civilization, law and justice, mathematics, strength, war strategy, the arts, crafts, and skill in ancient Greek religion and mythology. Athena is portrayed as a shrewd companion of heroes and is the patron goddess of heroic endeavor. She is the virgin patroness of Athens. The Athenians founded the Parthenon on the Acropolis of her name sake city, Athens (Athena Parthenos), in…

ΑΓΑΛΜΑΤΙΔΙΟ | STATUETTE Athena Goddess, Centaur, Greek Mythology, Bronze Sculpture, Decoration, Sculptures, Creatures, Horses, Art
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Centaur (small) - HELLENIC CULTURE

A centaur is a creature from greek mythology. They have head, arms, and torso of a human and body and legs of a horse. Centaurs have inhabited the region of Magnesia in Thessaly. They are the symbol of mountain Pelion, the mountain and the land of Centaurs.Code: 60220

Σβούρα | Whirligig Made Of Wood, Ancient Greek, Decoration, Sculptures, Clay, Brass, Ceramics, Stone, Pendant
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Whirligig - HELLENIC CULTURE

Stromvos or whirligig as it is known nowadays, is an ancient greek toy (8th cent. B.C.) played mainly by boys. Ancient Greeks considered game as a means of self-education therefore they gave a great importance to its role. The earliest reference in whirligig is in Iliad where Homer compares the spin of a stone that Ajax the Telamon hurtles with the characteristic move of a whirligig before it stops rotating. Stromvos was made of wood, brass or clay. Ceramic stromvos was found in the Troy…