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Mycenaean, about 1300-1200 BC From Tomb 83, Enkomi, Cyprus In the ‘Pictorial Style’ This vase is a fine example of Mycenaean Pictorial Style pottery. It is decorated with a well-observed scene from nature, showing a cattle egret removing a tick from the hide of a bull. On the other side of the vase is a bull with a bird in the air above it.

Mycenaean Vase Decorated With Bulls & Birds

A Mycenaean vase BCE) in the pictorial style depicting stylized bulls and birds. From a tomb in Enkomi, Cyprus.

"Rock crystal bowl with a duck from GCB, Mycenae, 1,600-1,500 BCE". The Stream of Time: The Mycenaeans: Their Burials

Get App Next Post Rock crystal duck-shaped vase. Mycenaean or Minoan craftsmanship. Found in Grave Circle B, Mycenae.

Ancient Panoply The Dendra Panoply is a set of bronze armor discovered in the Mycenean tombs near the village of Dendra (Greece) dated to the fifteenth century BC. With a weight of 15kg which was probably higher on its origin, it is not exactly a light armor.

Ancient Panoply The Dendra Panoply is a set of bronze armor discovered in the Mycenean tombs near the village of Dendra (Greece) dated to the fifteenth century BC. With a weight of which was probably higher on its origin, it is not exactly a light armor.

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Eberzahnhelm - minoisch

Mycenaean boar-tusk helmet, 1400 BCE, Greece, *in the Iliad, Odysseus wore one

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Terracotta female figure in three-legged chair  Period: Late Helladic IIIB  Date: 13th century B.C.  Culture: Helladic, Mycenaean

Terracotta female figure in three-legged chair, Late Helladic IIIB, century BCE, Helladic, Mycenaean.

King Nestor’s Cup, Mycenae, c. 1600-1500 BCThis golden goblet was found by Heinrich Schliemann at Mycenae in Shaft IV at Grave Circle A. A similar goblet is described in the Iliad as belonging to...

King Nestor’s Cup, Mycenae, c. BCThis golden goblet was found by Heinrich Schliemann at Mycenae in Shaft IV at Grave Circle A. A similar goblet is described in the Iliad as belonging to.

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