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Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Caricature of a female mime.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Funerary stele of tragic actor, Marcus Varinius Areskon from the end of the 1st century.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Late 2nd century AD floor mosaic uncovered in the centre of Thessaloniki.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Ceramic found in the Aghia Paraskevi tomb.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Bronze medallion with Athena from Delos, 2nd century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Funeral stele dating from 50 BC showing two people shaking hands.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Detail of carved snake and horse (50 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Perfume vessels.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Circular funeral carving from the 1st century AD.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Portrait bust of an old man made in 3rd century AD and converted to a Christian apostle three centuries later.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Painting and carving from a derveni tomb from 3rd century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Two women with their servants from Derveni, 1st century BC. The name of the sculptor (Euandros) is preserved.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Figurines of comic actors, 3rd century AD.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Loom weights and spindle whorls.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Clay sarcophagos from 440 BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Clay figurines from the Macedonian tomb of Aghia Paraskevi, late 4th century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 2nd century funerary stele with family portraits.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 2nd century BC clay beehive.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Vase (4th centiry BC) painted with the mythical battle between the Greeks and the Amazons.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 The goddess Demeter from a house in Olynthos, 5th century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Styluses and inkwells from the 5th century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Statue of Atlas, c150 BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Statue of Demeter and Persephone from Derveni, 3rd century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Portrait of a Greek man, 140 AD.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Necklace with gilded clay beads, 300 BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Portrait head of an old man (3rd century AD).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gravestone depicting a woman holding a dove (440 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Crater from the Attic region with an athlete and a woman thought to be a wingless Nike (4th century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Statue of Asclepius with his sacred symbols, the snake and the staff.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Funeral stele dating from 50 BC and featuring Dionysus.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Fountain with a drunken Silenus sleeping on a vase through which water is running.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Head of a young man wearing a diadem, 150 AD.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Clay figurines painted with natural minerals (Derveni).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 A trabezophoron (table support) depicting Dionysus and a satyr.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 3rd century mosaic.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 6th century BC Corinthian helmet made of bronze decorated with gold (Aghia Paraskeva, 6th Century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Bronze figurines of Hermes and Heracles.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Black ceramics typical of Athens during the 3rd century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Bowl from the 5th century BC. The colours are from different types of clay.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 2nd century bust of a beared man.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Items from the Derveni tombs (320 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Glass perfume vessels (Derveni, 4th century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Clay perfume containers (Sindos, 540 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Bronze jug and perfume vessel (Derveni, 4th century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold myrtle wreath (300 BC), part of the museum's extensive gold display from the Macedonian tombs.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold ear-ring from Pydna (150 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gilt clay diadems (Pydna, 300 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold sheets used as decoration for burial garments (Pydna, 2nd century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold sheet used for covering a deceased's mouth (Aghia Paraskevi, 6th century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold chain (3rd century BC) from the cemetary at Aiginion, 3rd Century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold necklace made of vases and axes from the cemetary at Aghia Paraskevi, late 6th century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold items from the tomb at Katerini, 350 BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Ivy gold wreath belonging to Alexander III (c 320 BC) found at Apollonia.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold rosettes found at Thermi (560 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Copper and gold wreaths from Aineia (325 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold covered wine glass and alabasters used for perfume, Aineia 325 BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Bronze situla used to mix water and wine at banquets, Stavroupolis (300 BC). The heads are Gorgon.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Detail of gold myrtle wreath from Stavroupolis (300 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold ring from a sword hilt and a finely decorated floral item from a sofa, Stavroupolis (300 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Bronze vessels used at banquets from Stavroupolis (300 BC), a site discovered in 1974.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gilted clay reliefs of duels with the Greeks wearing helmets, Stavropolis.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold ear-rings, some in the shape of omegas (Pydna, 400 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold necklace (Pydna, 300 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Silver container from Pydna, c330 BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold ivy wreath from Sevasti, 4th century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 A gilt silver cylix, a vessel used as a wine glass, found in a female grave at Pydna, 4th century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Bronze hydria, a vessel used to carry water, made during the 5th century BC and buried in Pydna c 200 BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold pins and rosettes used to decorate funerary clothes (Sindos, 560 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold olive wreath, Katerini 6th Century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold bracelet with animal heads from Europos, 3rd century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold jewelry with spiral band and chains ending in precious stone (Kassandreia, 3rd century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold medal from games held at Beroea (250 AD) found in Egypt.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold olive and oak wreaths with stones set in a knot of Hercules from Kassandreia.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold diadems (Kassandreia).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Silver items used for banquets, Derveni, 4th century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 The Derveni Crater.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 The Derveni Crater is made of bronze and tin and was used for mixing wine with water.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 The Derveni Crater dates from 320 BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Detail of the Derveni Crater.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Bronze wine jugs (Derveni, 4th century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Bronze lantern (Derveni, 4th century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Bronze container for carrying water or wine (Derveni, 4th century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Chunky gold jewelry (Sindos, 510 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Bronze leg armour (Derveni, 4th century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold necklace from Sindos, 560 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold death mask from Sindos (510 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Silver wine glasses from Sevasti (330 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gold necklace and pins (Sindos, 510 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Intricate gold jewelry, typical of the Macedonian tombs.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Silver coins traded in Macedonia from the 4th century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Silver coin from Pantikapaion, 1st century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Celtic coin with bearded man from the Danube region.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Silver Phonoecian coin, 5th century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Byzantine Museum
 The Byzantine Museum consists of eleven rooms covering the Eastern Roman Empire.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Byzantine Museum
 Mosaic floor from an early Byzantine church at Aghia Paraskevi.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Byzantine Museum
 Clay oil lamps from the 6th century.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Byzantine Museum
 Stone seal from the 8th century.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Byzantine Museum
 7th century glass vessels with glassmaker's tongs.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Byzantine Museum
 Belt buckles (4th to 7th centuries).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Byzantine Museum
 Toiletries (3rd to 7th centuries).

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