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The church of Agios Georgios Galatas.
The interior with the wall paintings dated to the 14th century AD.
Agia Triada archaeological site.
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The famous Parisienne fresco
Fragment of a fresco with a female figure, possibly a young priestess, with the sacral knot at her back. The name was given by Sir Arthur Evans because of the concern for appearence indicated by her heavily made-up face. It was found at the west wing upper halls of the Palace at Knossos. Final Palace Period 1400 - 1350 BC. (Heraklion Museum)
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Knossos - The Tripartite Shrine Fresco
Miniature wall painting depicting a tripartite shrine and platforms of seating and standing female figures in front of a multitude of men and women gathered together. Neopalatial Period 1600 - 1500 BC (Heraklion Museum)
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Knossos - The fresco of the Procession
The fresco of the procession, representing groups of men and women in processional array, carrying precious obcects. A fragment of the magnificent painting that decorated the walls of the "Processional Corridor" from the west Court to the Great Propylaeum of the palace at Knossos. - Neopalatial Period (1500 - 1450 BC) - Heraklion Museum
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Knossos - The Rhyton Bearer fresco
The "Rhyton Bearer" is the best preserved figure from the Fresco of the Procession. It depicts a young man in a richly zoma carrying a large silver conic rhyton. - Neopalatial Period (1500 - 1450 BC) - Heraklion Museum
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Knossos - Fresco from Piano Nobile

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