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Archaeological Museum Collection

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: The Blue Bird fresco from Knossos, 17th-14th century BC

The Blue Bird fresco from Knossos, 17th-14th century BC
The Blue Bird fresco from the Minoan royal palace at Knossos, now at the Archaeological Museum in Heracleion, 17th-14th century BC

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Mycenaean Linear A tablet

Mycenaean Linear A tablet
Minoan Linear A tablet from Aghia Triadha, from the Archaeological Museum of Heracleions collection in Crete. Linear A is an early Mycenean writing system that has not yet been deciphered

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: A gorgon and panthers from the pediment of the temple of Artemis on Corfu

A gorgon and panthers from the pediment of the temple of Artemis on Corfu
The archaic west pediment of the temple of Artemis on Corfu, showing Medusa in the centre fleeing from Perseus. On the left side is Pegasus, and on the right is Chyrisppus

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Priest-King fresco from Knossos

Priest-King fresco from Knossos
Priest-King fresco from the Minoan palace at Knossos, from the Archaeological Museum of Heraclion, Crete

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Akkadian inscription on a brick-stamp of baked clay

Akkadian inscription on a brick-stamp of baked clay
Inscription in Akkadian on a brick-stamp of baked clay of King Sarkali-Sarri of the Akkadian dynasty, from Nippur. from the Archaeological Museums collection, Istanbul

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Statue of the twelve-armed Avalokiteshvara, 8th century. Creator: Tibetan Culture

Statue of the twelve-armed Avalokiteshvara, 8th century. Creator: Tibetan Culture
Statue of the twelve-armed Avalokiteshvara, 8th century. Found in the Collection of the Archaeological Museum, Nalanda

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Relief orthostat depicting a chariot from Sam'al, 9th century BC

Relief orthostat depicting a chariot from Sam'al, 9th century BC. Creator: Spaethethitische Bildkunst (1200-700 v)
Relief orthostat depicting a chariot from Sam'al, 9th century BC. Found in the Collection of the Archaeological Museum, Istanbul

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Statue of the emperor Kanishka with inscriptions in Brahmi Script, 1st-2nd century

Statue of the emperor Kanishka with inscriptions in Brahmi Script, 1st-2nd century. Creator: Central Asian Art
Statue of the emperor Kanishka with inscriptions in Brahmi Script, 1st-2nd century. Found in the Collection of the Archaeological Museum, Mathura

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Goats vessel, from the necropolis of Cabecico del Tesoro in Verdolay (Murcia)

Goats vessel, from the necropolis of Cabecico del Tesoro in Verdolay (Murcia)

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Head of the Gorgon Medusa in embossing gold, piece from the royal tomb at Vergina (350 BC)

Head of the Gorgon Medusa in embossing gold, piece from the royal tomb at Vergina (350 BC)

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Corinthian vases decorated with black figures of animals, fantastic creatures and floral motifs

Corinthian vases decorated with black figures of animals, fantastic creatures and floral motifs

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Ajax with the body of Achilles, died when hurt in the heel by an arrow shot by Paris

Ajax with the body of Achilles, died when hurt in the heel by an arrow shot by Paris. Episode collected in Aethiopis, detail of the handle of the Francois vessel

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Sword of three parts barb, carps tongue shaped blade, from Palma del Rio (Cordoba)

Sword of three parts barb, carps tongue shaped blade, from Palma del Rio (Cordoba)

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Gold coins, Visigothic period

Gold coins, Visigothic period

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Visigothic inscription, from the Germo Basilica in Espiel (Cordoba)

Visigothic inscription, from the Germo Basilica in Espiel (Cordoba)

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Terracotta Fertility goddess, Ishtar (Astarte), Old Babylonian, c2000 BC

Terracotta Fertility goddess, Ishtar (Astarte), Old Babylonian, c2000 BC. Ishtar was the Mesopotamian goddess of love, beauty, sex, desire, fertility, war, combat, and political power

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Minoan Clay Figurine Horse and Rider (Goddess), Terracotta, Arkhanes, Crete, c1400BC-c1100 BC

Minoan Clay Figurine Horse and Rider (Goddess), Terracotta, Arkhanes, Crete, c1400BC-c1100 BC. A rare representation from Post-Palataial Period. Heraklion Archaeological Museum

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Statuette of Aphrodite from Soli, Cyprus, 1st century BC

Statuette of Aphrodite from Soli, Cyprus, 1st century BC
Statuette of Aphrodite from Soli, Cyprus, from the Archaeological Museums collection in Nicosia, 1sy century BC

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Etruscan Relief on funerary Urn, Odysseus (Ulysses) bound to mast with Sirens, c4th century BC

Etruscan Relief on funerary Urn, Odysseus (Ulysses) bound to mast with Sirens, c4th century BC. Florence Archaeological Museum

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Terracotta Goddess from shrine at Karphi, Lassithi, Crete, c12th century BC

Terracotta Goddess from shrine at Karphi, Lassithi, Crete, c12th century BC. A Minoan settlement was formed after the Invasion of Crete by the Dorians in 12th Cent BC

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Detail from the Francois Vase, Peleus and Atalanta with Calydonian Boar Hunt

Detail from the Francois Vase, Peleus and Atalanta with Calydonian Boar Hunt, c6th century BC Artists: Ergotimos
Detail from the Francois Vase, Peleus and Atalanta with Calydonian Boar Hunt, c6th century BC. Etruscan Tomb finding. Greek Vase signed by Clitias (painter) and Ergotimos (potter) c560 BC

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Detail from the Francois Vase, Etruscan Tomb Find, c6th century BC. Artists: Ergotimos, Kleitias

Detail from the Francois Vase, Etruscan Tomb Find, c6th century BC. Artists: Ergotimos, Kleitias
Detail from the Francois Vase, Etruscan Tomb Find, c6th century BC. Greek Vase signed by Clitias (painter) and Ergotimos (potter) c560 BC

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Mycenaean Zeus Crater, 14th Century BC

Mycenaean Zeus Crater, 14th Century BC. Found in Cyprus. Shows a Mycenean chariot. At Archaeological Museum, Nicosia, Cyprus

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Octopus Vase from Heraklion Museum, Crete, Minoan c1500 BC

Octopus Vase from Heraklion Museum, Crete, Minoan c1500 BC
Minoan Octopus Vase from Palaikastro, Crete, c1500 BC. Held with Heraklion Museum

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Bull-leaping fresco from Knossos

Bull-leaping fresco from Knossos
Bull-leaping fresco from the palace of Knossos, from the Archaeological Museums collection, Heraclion, Crete

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Detail of Francois Vase, Hephaestus, on a mule, followed by Silenus, c6th century BC

Detail of Francois Vase, Hephaestus, on a mule, followed by Silenus, c6th century BC. Artists: Ergotimos, Kleitias
Detail of Francois Vase, Hephaestus, on a mule, followed by Silenus, c6th century BC. Greek Vase signed by Clitias (painter) and Ergotimos (potter), c560 BC

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Minoan faience figure of a Snake Goddess, 17th century BC

Minoan faience figure of a Snake Goddess, 17th century BC
Minoan faience figure of a Snake Goddess, from the central shrine of the Minoan Royal Palace at Knossos in Crete. Her bare breats emphasise the maternal nature of the goddess

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Head of Pyrrho of Elis (Roman copy from a Greek Original)

Head of Pyrrho of Elis (Roman copy from a Greek Original), . Found in the Collection of Archaeological Museum, Corfu

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Head of a man wearing a kausia. (King Philip V of Macedon), Third cent. BC

Head of a man wearing a kausia. (King Philip V of Macedon), Third cent. BC. Found in the Collection of Archaeological Museum, Kalymnos

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Egyptian Limestone Relief with scenes of Fields and Storehouses

Egyptian Limestone Relief with scenes of Fields and Storehouses. Archaeological Museum, Florence

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Craftsmen at Work, Blacksmiths, Carriage-Maker and one asleep, c1372BC-1354BC

Craftsmen at Work, Blacksmiths, Carriage-Maker and one asleep, c1372BC-1354BC. From an Egyptian Limestone Relief from a tomb, 18th Dynasty, Florence Archaeological Museum

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Alexander the Great of Macedon, Hunting detail from Alexander Sarcophagus, late 4th Century BC

Alexander the Great of Macedon, Hunting detail from Alexander Sarcophagus, late 4th Century BC. From the Royal Necropolis of Sidon

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Terracotta group of King and Priests, Third Dynasty of Ur, 2100 BC-2000 BC

Terracotta group of King and Priests, Third Dynasty of Ur, 2100 BC-2000 BC. The Third Dynasty of Ur, also known as the Neo-Sumerian Empire

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Terracotta Plague of the Hero, Gilgamesh, Old Babylonian, c2000BC-1600 BC

Terracotta Plague of the Hero, Gilgamesh, Old Babylonian, c2000BC-1600 BC. Gilgamesh is a demigod of superhuman strength who builds the city walls of Uruk to defend his people

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Detail of Woman on Etrusan Sarcophagus of Larthia Seianti from Chiusi, 6th century BC

Detail of Woman on Etrusan Sarcophagus of Larthia Seianti from Chiusi, 6th century BC. At Archaeological Museum, Florence

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Detail of painting on Etruscan Sarcophagus from Tarquinia, late 4th century BC

Detail of painting on Etruscan Sarcophagus from Tarquinia, late 4th century BC. Battle-Scene showing Greek influence. At Archaeological Museum, Florence

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Christ, the Good Shepherd, Istanbul, 4th century

Christ, the Good Shepherd, Istanbul, 4th century. At Archaeological Museum. Istanbul

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Minoan Sacred Dance, Palaikastro, Eastern Crete, Post-Palatial Period, c1400BC- c1100 BC

Minoan Sacred Dance, Palaikastro, Eastern Crete, Post-Palatial Period, c1400BC- c1100 BC. Archeaeological Museum, Heraklion

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Clay Chamois Figurine from Vaulted Tomb, Porti Messaras, Crete, c2500BC

Clay Chamois Figurine from Vaulted Tomb, Porti Messaras, Crete, c2500BC. Early Minoan, PrePalatial Period. Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, Crete

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Terracotta Bull, Crete, possibly Minoan

Terracotta Bull, Crete, possibly Minoan. Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, Crete

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Francois Vase found in an Etruscan Tomb, 6th century BC. Artists: Ergotimos, Kleitias

Francois Vase found in an Etruscan Tomb, 6th century BC. Artists: Ergotimos, Kleitias
Francois Vase found in an Etruscan Tomb, 6th century BC. Greek Vase signed by Clitias (painter) and Ergotimos (potter) c560 BC. Large Attic volute krater decorated in the black-figure style

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Detail of Celtic Bronze Flagon from Durrnberg near Hallein, Austria, late 5th century BC

Detail of Celtic Bronze Flagon from Durrnberg near Hallein, Austria, late 5th century BC. Found in 1932 in a Celtic warriors grave with a hariot. At Salzburg, Austria. Archaeological Museum

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Chariot of Diomedes, Detail from the Francois Vase, c6th century BC Artists: Ergotimos, Kleitias

Chariot of Diomedes, Detail from the Francois Vase, c6th century BC Artists: Ergotimos, Kleitias
Chariot of Diomedes, Detail from the Francois Vase, c6th century BC. Greek Vase signed by Clitias (painter) and Ergotimos (potter), c560 BC

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Horse Rider Detail from the Francois Vase, c6th century BC. Artists: Ergotimos, Kleitias

Horse Rider Detail from the Francois Vase, c6th century BC. Artists: Ergotimos, Kleitias
Horse Rider Detail from the Francois Vase, c6th century BC. Greek Vase signed by Clitias (painter) and Ergotimos (potter), c560 BC. Large Attic volute krater decorated in the black-figure style

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Detail of Zeus and Hera in a chariot with Kaliope from the Francois Vase

Detail of Zeus and Hera in a chariot with Kaliope from the Francois Vase, c6th century BC Artists: Ergotimos, Kleitias
Detail of Zeus and Hera in a chariot with Kaliope from the Francois Vase, c6th century BC. Greek Vase signed by Clitias (painter) and Ergotimos (potter), c560 BC

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Jar with design of Owl and Panthers, Corinthian Style, 7th century BC

Jar with design of Owl and Panthers, Corinthian Style, 7th century BC. At Archaeological Museum, Mykonos, Greece

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Minoan Kamares Style jug, c2000 BC

Minoan Kamares Style jug, c2000 BC. Herakleion Archaeological Museum, Crete

Background imageArchaeological Museum Collection: Minoan Katsambas Tomb Jug, c1400 BC

Minoan Katsambas Tomb Jug, c1400 BC. Archaeological Museum, Heraklion



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