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The Boxers Vase from Agia Triada (Heraklion Museum)
A steatite vase with relief scenes of boxing and bull leaping in front of porticos with columns that are represented in four successive bands. The figures are depicted with power and realism, in stances and dress that are remniscent of modern boxing.
Neopalatial period (1500 - 1450 BC)
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Gold jewels from Agia Triada (Heraklion Museum)
A pendant in the form of a seated lion and three bulls' heads appendages of a necklace. Early Postpalatial Period (1450 - 1350 BC)
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Ewer, from Agia Triada (Heraklion Museum)
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Rhyton from Palaikastro (Heraklion Museum)
Rhyton with sculpted head of a wild goat as handle and with painted crocus flower decoration. Neopalatial period (1500- 1450 BC)
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Rhyton from Palaikastro (Heraklion Museum)
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Flask from Palaikastro (Heraklion Museum)
Flask decorated with a large octopus and supplementary motifs: sea urchins, seaweed and rocks, an outstanding example of the mature marine style. Late Neopalatial period (1450 BC)
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Kri-Kri, The Cretan Ibex ( ©Anastassios Sakoulis)
The Cretan feral goat which lives on the White Mountains (Lefka Ori)-Photo by Anastassios Sakoulis - www.photophysis.gr
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Wine jar, from Zakros Palace
The item is painted with loops, spirals and reeds. Neopalatial Period (1600 - 1450 BC)- Heraklion Museum.
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Steatite rhyton, from Zakros Palace
The item was initially covered with gold leaves, traces of which have been preserved. The entire surface is decorated with a low relief scene of an open-air peak sanctuary crowed with horns of consecration, in a superb landscape composition with a mountainous landscape in which wild goats are sitting on the top shrine or leaping about among the rocks and birds are flying in the sky.
Late Neopalatial Period (1450 BC)- Heraklion Museum.
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Marine style jug, from Zakros Palace
Outstanding sample of the marine style, decorated with nautilus. Late Neopalatial Period (1450 BC)- Heraklion Museum.

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