Jarron con decorcion naturalista con representacion de un ave. Arte cretense. Año 2800 A.C.- D.M.G
One of the many beautiful Minoan jugs.
An example of Minoan Pottery that has survived from the Bronze Age.
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Kamares Ware beak spouted jug – Phaistos, Crete Middle Minoan II 2000-1700 BC. The Mninoans actively traded with Egypt and had an influence on their art.
Helladic, Mycenaean Terracotta stirrup jar with octopus 1200–1100 B.C. at the Met
Garza ? pescando. Jarra chipriota de Petrofani-Malloura, 750-600 a.n.e. Museo Arqueológico de Chipre
Rhyton decorated with sea snail shells and a sun. From Palace of Kato Zakos, Crete, circa 1500 BC.
Papyrus: From our Akrotiri Collection which features frescos from the ancient Minoan City of Akrotiri on the island Santorini. Found in the West section of the House of Ladies, frescos of massive, three stemmed, blossoming plants are painted on the walls. Papyrus grows to up to the scale of the frescoes and displays a symmetry equivalent to the flowers in this wall-painting.
Bronze age Etruscan octopus style stirrup jar from Island of Kos