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Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Vessel known as an eye cup. The eye protected against the effects of too much wine (520 BC).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Boeotian figure of a seated female from 530 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Ionian perfume jar, 525 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Female figurines, Mycenaean (13th century BC).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Lower view of an exaleipta, 5th century BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Twin necked jug with birds, Cyprus 2075 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Twin necked jug with birds, Cyprus 2075 BC (detail).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Painted jug from Cyprus, 1600 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Terracotta funerary item from 310 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Animal shaped vessel from Cyprus used for libations, 1200 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Ritual vessel from Cyprus, 1600 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Bird shaped vase used for rituals, 10th century BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Boeotian flat figure with elaborate head dress, 5th century BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 5th century BC exaleipta (container for cosmetics).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Male figure from the Cyclads, 2300 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 1st century bronze askos with handle decorated with a bird and animal head.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 The Cup Bearer, Cyclads 2300 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Gold bracelets found in a tomb, 4th century.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Boeotian figure of a seated female, possibly the goddess Hera, from mid 6th century BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Wine jug decorated with animals, 520 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Trefoil jug from Cyprus, 600 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Roman beaker, 2nd century.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Mycenaean krater used for mixing wine with water, 13th century BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Polished ostrakon used to vote for people to be "ostracised".
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Attic vessel with women filling their water jars at a fountain, 510 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Cypriot bowl from c2070 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Rattle in the shape of a child's bed with a child lying on it, 3rd century BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Tankard with fish tail projection from Cyprus, before 1400 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 A small Cycladic figure. The simplicity of form of these marble figures is said to have inspired artists like Picasso and Henry Moore.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Wine jug showing a male figure giving gifts to a satyr child, 465 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Decorated bronze situla (bucket) with movable handles, 4th century BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Boeotian plank (or flat) figure of a female associated with the cult of Demeter (6th century BC).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Hydrea (water jug) from 550 BC with a meaningless inscription.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Corinthian vessel for storing oils with two roosters, influenced by Egyptian art (650 BC).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 6th century BC pyxis (container for personal items).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Alabaster vessel from Cyprus with Mycenaean influences (1200 BC).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Boeotian pyxis (container for personal items) with lid and decorated with water birds (740 BC).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Large jug from the Roman period, 2nd century.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Jug with ibex heads, Cyprus 1450 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Cypriot vessel for offerings, 2075 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Jug with attached figure, 310 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Lekythos with fish, Cyprus 600 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Shallow plate from Cyprus during the Hellenistic period (3rd century BC).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Ring shaped flask from Cyprus, 750 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Barrel shaped jug, Cyprus 650 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Streaks on the abdomen of a marble Cyclad figure indicate recent birth.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Wine container showing a woman spinning wool, 460 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Calyx krater showing a procession with musical instruments, 375 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Minoan jar used with horses, 12th century BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 White cup, Cyprus, c1725 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Tankard with fish tail projection from Cyprus, c1450 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Tripod cooking pot (Cyprus, 1725 BC).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Silver Athenian four drakhma coin from 404 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Corinthian alabaster vessels from 6650 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Amphora with geometric shapes, 750 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Copper weapons from Cyprus (2300 - 1050 BC).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Copper based tools from Cyprus (2000 - 1000 BC).
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Stocky female figure with traces of colouring, 2300 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Wine vessel decorated with Greek gods, 440 BC.
Greece
Athens
Museum of Cycladic Art
 Attic vessel with an erotic scene, 490 BC.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 The ruins of the Acadamy, the place of learning set up by Aristotle.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Copy of a mosaic showing Byzantine Emperor Justinian I from Ravenna (Italy).
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Statue from the early Byzantine period, heavilly influenced by Classical art.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Clay fished-shaped lamp with the letters Alpha and Omega. The fish was an early symbol of Christianity.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Weight in the shape of a Christian emperess.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 6th century clay storage jars.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Early 5th century marble slab with the Nativity.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Copper lamps on a stand, 7th century.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Parts of a 7th century Athenian mosaic floor.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Silver bath utensil, 7th century.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Marble carving from an 8th century basilica.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Christian scroll from 1301 signed by Emperor Andronikos II.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 6th century clay vessels found in a tomb in Attica.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Double sided icon featuring the Crucifiction, originally from the 9th century.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Liturgical fan, 18th century.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Church wall painting from 1250.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Marble monolithic sarcophagus from the 11th century found in Athens in the Hadrian's Library area.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Icon with St Jerusalem and her sons, second half of the 14th century.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Illumination of the Evangelist, Matthew from Dionysiou Monastery, 1133.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Crucifix from Bachkovo (modern Bulgaria), 1654.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 13th century marble represenation of the Nativity (Athens).
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Processional icon "The Preparation of the Throne", 14th century Constantinople.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 13th century clay household vessels.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 13th century Cypriot icon.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Illuminated Bible.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 18th century Crucifix.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Icon of the Virgin nursing Jesus with John The Baptist and St Rokkas.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Velvet sakos (priest gown) from Bursa (modern Turkey), 19th century.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Icon depicting the life of St Marina.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Icon with St Christopher in the form of Cynocephalos (dog headed), Asia Minor 1685. This resembles the Egyptian god, Anubis.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 19th century wedding crown from Plovdiv (Bulgaria).
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Icon of the enthroned Virgin (1664) by Emmanuel Tzannes.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 Icon of the prophet Elijah by Theodore Pulakis, 17th century.
Greece
Athens
Byzantine Museum
 St George the dragon slayer by Nicholas Kantounis, late 18th century.
Guatemala
Guatemala City
Popol Vuh Museum
 Mayan funerary urn in the Popol Vuh Museum collection.
Guatemala
Guatemala City
Popol Vuh Museum
 Mayan funerary urn from the Quiche region (c 900 AD).
Guatemala
Guatemala City
Popol Vuh Museum
 Ceramic bowl with monkey.
Guatemala
Guatemala City
Popol Vuh Museum
 Mayan funerary urn with skulls.
Guatemala
Guatemala City
Popol Vuh Museum
 Mayan funerary urn with a figure of a priest.
Guatemala
Guatemala City
Popol Vuh Museum
 Ceramics from the Quiche region (c 900 AD).

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