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From around 2700 to 1450 BC, the Minoan civilization flourished as a seafaring and mercantile culture. This vibrant culture was centred around the island of Crete and eventually dominated the Agean region. The Egyptians called the Minoans “the Sea Peoples” and had a fond appreciation for Minoan pottery and ceramics, prized for their innovative shapes and sea-inspired designs. Their vases and jugs were made in fine clay with thin walls and was an outstanding achievement at this time. Historians have learned everything there is to know about the Minoan people through their artwork. Artwork such as paintings, potttery, sculptures, and architectural designs were important to the people of the Minoan civilization in Crete.

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Minoan Cup

Minoan cup ,late cycladic period 17th century B.C

Height: 0,7 m

Location of the original: Prehistoric Museum of Thera

€45.00
Minoan Plate

Minoan Plate from 1600 B.C.

Diam. 0,23 m

Location of the original: Museum of Prehistoric Thera

€50.00
Minoan Plate

Minoan Plate with Lilies from 1600 B.C.

Diam. 0,23 m

Location of the original: Museum of Prehistoric Thera

€50.00
Minoan Pyxis

Minoan Pyxis with dolphins from 1600 B.C.

Height: 0,13 m

Location of the original: Museum of Prehistoric Thera

€50.00
Minoan Pyxis

Minoan Pyxis with Lilies from 1600 B.C.

Height: 0,13 m

Location of the original: Museum of Prehistoric Thera

€50.00
Minoan Pyxis

Minoan Pyxis from 1600 B.C.

Height: 0,13 m

Location of the original: Museum of Prehistoric Thera

€50.00
Minoan Cup

Minoan Cup from 1600 B.C.

Height: 0,8 m

Location of the original: Museum of Prehistoric Thera

€55.00
Minoan Prochous

Minoan Prochous with swallow,from 1600 B.C.

Height: 0,17 m

Location of the original: Museum of Prehistoric Thera

€60.00
Minoan Prochous

Minoan Prochous from 1600 B.C.

Height: 0,16 m

Location of the original: Prehistoric Museum of Thera

€60.00