Cycladic Art Museum, Athens Photos

The Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art of Athens displays artifacts of the Cycladic civilization which lived on islands of the Aegean Sea (3300-2000 BCE). The marble idol sculptures resemble modern art.

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Entrance for Cycladic Art Museum in Athens. Greece.Doors of Cycladic Art Museum in Athens. Greece.Tiles at Cycladic Art Museum, Athens. Greece.Canonical type female figurine, Dokathismata variety attributes to Ashmolean Master circa 2800 to 2300 BC, at Cycladic Art Museum, Athens. Greece.
Entrance for Cycladic Art Museum in Athens. Greece.Doors of Cycladic Art Museum in Athens. Greece.Tiles at Cycladic Art Museum, Athens. Greece.Canonical type female figurine, Dokathismata variety attributes to Ashmolean Master circa 2800 to 2300 BC, at Cycladic Art Museum, Athens. Greece.
Cycladic female statue which is 1.4 m tall, circa 2800 to 2300 BC, which may be cult effigy at Cycladic Art Museum, Athens. Greece.Black figure amphora from 550 to 530 BC with griffin and two lions at Cycladic Art Museum in Athens. Greece.Black figure amphora circa 540 to 530 BC featuring Dionysos flanked by two Satyrs from Cycladic Art Museum, Athens. Greece.Red figure column krater featuring erotic scene with two youths paired with two hetaera circa 480 to 470 BC at Cycladic Art Museum in Athens. Greece.
Cycladic female statue which is 1.4 m tall, circa 2800 to 2300 BC, which may be cult effigy at Cycladic Art Museum, Athens. Greece.Black figure amphora from 550 to 530 BC with griffin and two lions at Cycladic Art Museum in Athens. Greece.Black figure amphora circa 540 to 530 BC featuring Dionysos flanked by two Satyrs from Cycladic Art Museum, Athens. Greece.Red figure column krater featuring erotic scene with two youths paired with two hetaera circa 480 to 470 BC at Cycladic Art Museum in Athens. Greece.
Bronze hydria burial vessel circa 450 to 440 BC with cast handles and hammered body at Cycladic Art Museum, Athens. Greece.Helmets and amphora circa 515 to 510 BC at Cycladic Art Museum in Athens. Greece.

Bronze hydria burial vessel circa 450 to 440 BC with cast handles and hammered body at Cycladic Art Museum, Athens. Greece.Helmets and amphora circa 515 to 510 BC at Cycladic Art Museum in Athens. Greece.


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