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Bridge-spouted jar decorated in polychrome, Late Minoan period (c. 1400 – 1100 bc); in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Bridge-spouted jar decorated in polychrome, Late Minoan period (c. 1400 – 1100 bc); in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

The Minoans were conquered by the Mycenaeans and this Mycenean octopus pottery from Thissus reflects the influence of the Minoans.

The Minoans were conquered by the Mycenaeans and this Mycenean octopus pottery from Thissus reflects the influence of the Minoans.

Mycenaean   Warrior Vase  1200 BCE    Google Image Result for http://humanitieslab.stanford.edu/113/admin/image.html%3Fimageid%3D853834

Mycenaean Warrior Vase 1200 BCE Google Image Result for http://humanitieslab.stanford.edu/113/admin/image.html%3Fimageid%3D853834

https://flic.kr/p/xs5Y9u | A Minoan Gold Pendant: Master of the Animals | Ca. 1850-1550 BC  From the Aigina Treasure   Photographed at the British Museum, London.

https://flic.kr/p/xs5Y9u | A Minoan Gold Pendant: Master of the Animals | Ca. 1850-1550 BC From the Aigina Treasure Photographed at the British Museum, London.

Minoan Dolphin Vase. The Marine style, perhaps, produced the most distinctive of all Minoan pottery with detailed, naturalistic depictions of octopuses, argonauts, starfish, triton shells, sponges, coral, rocks and seaweed. The early Minoan culture had an influence on Greek art.

Minoan Dolphin Vase. The Marine style, perhaps, produced the most distinctive of all Minoan pottery with detailed, naturalistic depictions of octopuses, argonauts, starfish, triton shells, sponges, coral, rocks and seaweed. The early Minoan culture had an influence on Greek art.

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