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Ionia, Teos. Silver Stater (11.98 g), ca. 450-425 BC EF Ionia, Teos. Silver Stater (11.98 g), ca. 450-425 BC. Griffin seated right, raising forepaw; below foreleg, grape bunch and leaf. Quadripartite incuse square. Matzke grp. Cb1; Balcer grp. LIII, 102 (dies A102/P134); Jameson 1517 (same dies). Untoned with an area of horn silver residue on the reverse. Extremely Fine. Estimated Value $1,000 From the Dionysus Collection. #Coins #Ancient #Silver #MADonC

Ionia, Teos. Silver Stater (11.98 g), ca. 450-425 BC EF Ionia, Teos. Silver Stater (11.98 g), ca. 450-425 BC. Griffin seated right, raising forepaw; below foreleg, grape bunch and leaf. Quadripartite incuse square. Matzke grp. Cb1; Balcer grp. LIII, 102 (dies A102/P134); Jameson 1517 (same dies). Untoned with an area of horn silver residue on the reverse. Extremely Fine. Estimated Value $1,000 From the Dionysus Collection. #Coins #Ancient #Silver #MADonC

Spring fresco Akrotiri NAMA - Akrotiri (Santorin) — Wikipédia

Large (Wikimedia) This, the Spring fresco from Akrotiri, a Bronze-age Minoan city on an island in the Mediterranean, shows a colorful, rocky landscape filled with flowers and birds. The fresco hints.

Minoan Art-1600 BC-Crete,

Thera, Akrotiri-Xeste Detail from the Adorants fresco: woman holding a necklace. Museum of Prehistoric Thera. Hellenic Ministry of Culture/ARF.

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The Palace of Minos at Knossos. Early Cretan civilization in Knossos.

By Ewen Callaway - When the British archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans discovered the 4,000-year-old Palace of Minos on Crete in 1900, he saw the vestiges of a long-lost civilization whose artifacts set it apart from later Bronze-Age Greeks. Ancient DNA recovered from Cretan caves suggests that the Minoan civilization emerged from the early farmers who settled the islands thousands of years earlier

By Ewen Callaway When the British archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans discovered the Palace of Minos on Crete in he saw the vestiges of a long-lost civilization whose artefacts set it apart from later Bronze-Age Greeks. The Minoans, .

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Ancient Minoan art, 1600 B. - Akroteri Fresco - Note the beaded jewelry! Not only adorning her, but also the necklace she holds in her hand (Hmm, Minoan frescoes. Well, it's a pleasant thought).

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