ΜΙΝΩΪΚΗ ΖΩΓΡΑΦΙΚΗ...MINOAN PAINTING

Μινωϊκές τοιχογραφίες...Minoan frescoes ...[ ΚΡΗΤΗ....ΜΥΚΗΝΕΣ και ΣΑΝΤΟΡΙΝΗ ]
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Hagia Triada: a priestess at the altar, detail of the Hagia Triada sarcophagus, 1400 BCE. HAM

Hagia Triada: a priestess at the altar, detail of the Hagia Triada sarcophagus, 1400 BCE. HAM

Archaeological Museum of Heraklion

Archaeological Museum of Heraklion

From the  “House of the frescoes ”, Knossos, Neopalatial period (1600-1450 B.C)

From the “House of the frescoes ”, Knossos, Neopalatial period (1600-1450 B.C)

The panels depict rocky and riverside landscapes, rivulets, clumps of papyrus, reeds and other plants, as well as blue monkeys and birds.....Knossos, Neopalatial period (1600-1500 BC)

The panels depict rocky and riverside landscapes, rivulets, clumps of papyrus, reeds and other plants, as well as blue monkeys and birds.....Knossos, Neopalatial period (1600-1500 BC)

Hagia Triada (1350-1300 B.C)

Hagia Triada (1350-1300 B.C)

From the  “House of the frescoes ”, Knossos, Neopalatial period (1600-1450 B.C)

From the “House of the frescoes ”, Knossos, Neopalatial period (1600-1450 B.C)

ΖΩΜΙΝΘΟΣ....

ΖΩΜΙΝΘΟΣ....

Panel from a large landscape fresco that once decorated a spacious room of a house west of the palace of Knossos, named the “House of the Frescoes” after the sequence of three surviving panels....

Panel from a large landscape fresco that once decorated a spacious room of a house west of the palace of Knossos, named the “House of the Frescoes” after the sequence of three surviving panels....

Archaeological Museum of Heraklion: Panel with riverside landscape with monkeys and aquatic plants from a large landscape fresco that once decorated a spacious room of a house west of the palace of Knossos, named the “House of the Frescoes” after the sequence of three surviving panels.....

Archaeological Museum of Heraklion: Panel with riverside landscape with monkeys and aquatic plants from a large landscape fresco that once decorated a spacious room of a house west of the palace of Knossos, named the “House of the Frescoes” after the sequence of three surviving panels.....

Archaeological Museum of Heraklion: The “Prince of the Lilies”, an emblematic figure of Minoan Crete, was part of a larger mural composition in high relief.

Archaeological Museum of Heraklion: The “Prince of the Lilies”, an emblematic figure of Minoan Crete, was part of a larger mural composition in high relief.

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