Cycladic art
Cycladic art encompasses the visual art of the ancient Cycladic civilization, which flourished in the islands of the Aegean Sea from 3300 - 2000 BCE. Along with the Minoans and Mycenaeans, the Cycladi...
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Akrotiri (Santorini)
Akrotiri (Greek: Ακρωτήρι, pronounced [akroˈtiri]) is a Minoan Bronze Age settlement on the volcanic Greek island of Santorini (Thera). The settlement was destroyed in the Theran eruption about 1627 ...
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Frying pans
For the modern utensil, see frying pan. For the flower, see Eschscholzia lobbii.Frying pans are ceramic objects of unknown purpose from the archaeological strata called Early Cycladic II in the Aegean...
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Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art
The Nicholas P. Goulandris Foundation - Museum of Cycladic Art is one of the great museums of Athens. It houses a notable collection of artifacts of Cycladic art.The museum was founded in 1986 in orde...
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Keros
Keros (Greek: Κέρος) is an uninhabited Greek island in the Cyclades about 10 km (6 mi) southeast of Naxos. Administratively it is part of the community of Koufonisia. It has an area of ...
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Keros-Syros culture
The Keros-Syros culture is named after the two islands in the Cyclades — Keros and Syros. This culture flourished during the Early Cycladic II period (ca 2700-2300 BC) of the Cycladic civilization. Th...
Phylakopi
Phylakopi (Greek=Φυλακωπή), located at the northern coast of the island of Milos, is one of the most important Bronze Age settlements in the Aegean and especially in the Cyclades. The importance of Ph...
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