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Amphora with Spiral Decoration, Southern Etruria, Italy, circa 700-680 BCE

Amphora with Spiral Decoration, Southern Etruria, Italy, circa 700-680 BCE

“Frying pan” with spirals decoration. Terracotta with stamped and cut decoration, Early Cycladic I–II (ca. 2700 BC). From Syros

“Frying pan” with spirals decoration. Terracotta with stamped and cut decoration, Early Cycladic I–II (ca. 2700 BC). From Syros

Minoan jar with spiral motif and three handles | Minoan, Lat… | Flickr

Minoan jar with spiral motif and three handles | Minoan, Lat… | Flickr

MOMA-Decorated ware jar with spiral design  Period: Predynastic, Naqada II Date: ca. 3650–3500 B.C. Geography: Egypt Medium: Pottery, paint

MOMA-Decorated ware jar with spiral design Period: Predynastic, Naqada II Date: ca. 3650–3500 B.C. Geography: Egypt Medium: Pottery, paint

Minoan frying pan with decorative spirals. 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

Minoan frying pan with decorative spirals. 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

Plato con cola de mono en espiral (300 - 850) /   Museo Nacional de Antropología, México

Plato con cola de mono en espiral (300 - 850) / Museo Nacional de Antropología, México

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