Girl Gathering Saffron Crocus Flowers. Before 1630 BCE by yurtgc548

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									Girl Gathering Saffron Crocus Flowers. Before 1630 BCE.
Figure of a Woman. c. 2600–2400 BCE. Height 24 3/4”.
Drawing of Figure of a Woman Showing Evidence of Original Painting
   and Outlining Design Scheme. c. 2600–2400 BCE. Height 24 3/4”.
The Ancient Aegean World.
Head with Remains of Painted Decoration.
    c. 2500–2200 BCE. Height 9 11/16”.
      Reconstruction of the “Palace” Complex, Knossos, Crete.
  Site occupied 2000–1375 BCE; complex begun in “Old Palace” period
 (c.1900–1700 BCE); complex rebuilt after earthquakes and fires during
“New Palace” period (c. 1700–1450 BCE); final destruction c. 1375 BCE.
Kamares Ware Jug. “Old Palace” period, c. 2000–1900 BCE. Height 10 5/8”.
Pendant of Gold Bees. “Old Palace” period, c. 1700–1550 BCE.
                 Height approx. 1 13/16”.
Bull Leaping. Late Minoan period, c. 1550–1450 BCE.
               Height approx. 24 1/2”.
Woman or Goddess with Snakes. “New Palace” period, c. 1700–1550 BCE.
                    Height 11 5/8” as restored.
   Two Views of the Harvester Rhyton (Top View).
“New Palace” period, c. 1650–1450 BCE. Diameter 4 1/2”.
  Two Views of the Harvester Rhyton (Bottom View).
“New Palace” period, c. 1650–1450 BCE. Diameter 4 1/2”.
Bull's-Head Rhyton. “New Palace” period, c.1550–1450 BCE. Height 12”.
Octopus Flask. “New Palace” period, c. 1500–1450 BCE. Height 11”.
Vapheio Cup. c. 1650–1450 BCE. Height 4 1/2”.
Landscape (“Spring Fresco”). Before 1630 BCE.
“Flotilla” Fresco from Akrotiri . “New Palace” period, c. 1650 BCE.
Citadel at Mycenae. C. 1340, 1250, 1200 BCE.
Reconstruction of the Citadel at Mycenae at Its Most Developed State.
“Mask of Agamemnon”. c. 1600–1550 BCE. Height approx. 12".
Pylos Palace: Plan of the Megaron. c. 1300–1200 BCE.
Lion Gate, Mycenae. c. 1250 BCE.
Lion Gate, Mycenae, as it appears today. c. 1250 BCE.
           Height of sculpture approx. 9’ 6".
Golden Lion's Head Rhyton. 16th century BCE.
Dagger Blade with Lion Hunt. c. 1550– 1500 BCE. Length 9 3/8”.
Cutaway Drawing of Tholos, the So-Called Treasury of Atreus.
Exterior View of Tholos, the So-Called Treasury of Atreus.
                    c. 1300–1200 BCE.
Corbel Vault, Interior of Tholos, the So-Called Treasury of Atreus.
                 Height approx. 43’, diameter 47’ 6”.
Warrior Krater. c. 1300–1100 BCE. Height 16”.

								
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