Vessels for cooking and serving food, 4th c. B.C. - 3rd c. A.D., Archaeological Museum, Thessaloniki, Greece
Byzantine chafing dish with cut-work decoration, dating from the 10th/11th century Ancient Agora Museum (Athens)
Female cook watching a roast. Terracotta (last quarter 6th BCE) from Tanagra, Boeotia, Greece. Height 9.5 cm CA 471 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines, Paris, France
Archaeological Museum of Dion
The Mycenaeans more than 3,000 years ago, used portable grill pits to make souvlaki and non-stick pans to make bread, new cooking experiments suggest.
Ancient Greek brazier and casserole, 6th/4th century BC, exhibited in the Ancient Agora Museum in Athens, housed in the Stoa of Attalus
Scene in a bakery. A cycle of women at work, one is holding small breads, two others are kneading, another is occupied with the oven fire. (Clay group from an unknown Argive workshop, 530-520 BC. Athens, National Archaeological Museum)
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11th Century Greek cook pot
Ancient Agora Museum (Athens). Pot and brazier (6th/4th century BC) exhibited in the Ancient Agora Museum in Athens, housed in the Stoa of Attalus.