Greek PSI & PHI Ceramic Figures Photos

PSI, PHI & TAU terracotta figurines were mainly made in Mycenaean, Greece starting about 1600 BCE. Their use is unknown. Their names arises from similarity to Greek letters Ψ, Φ & Τ.

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Mycenaean terracotta psi & phi figurines from Greek mainland at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Greek terracotta flat figures made in Boeotia at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Boeotian terracotta statuette of a woman from Greece at San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, TX.Terracotta Boeotian Greek standing goddesses or women at Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas, TX.
Mycenaean terracotta psi (ψ) & phi (φ) figurines (c1600-1050 BCE) from Greek mainland at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Greek terracotta flat figures (c570-550 BCE) made in Boeotia at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Boeotian terracotta statuette of a woman (6th C BCE) from Greece at San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, TX.Terracotta Boeotian Greek standing goddesses or women (6th C BCE) at Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas, TX.

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