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Mother and Child Composition, c.2800-2700 B.C., Katona Museum of Art

Cycladic Sculpture culture around islands of the Aegean Sea: Mother and Child Composition, B., Katona Museum of Art

From The Collection of THE MUSEUM OF CYCLADIC ART

Female figurine of the canonical type (Dokathismata variety) marble Early Cycladic II period - Syros phase BC Attributed to the Ashmolean Master

Head Of A Cycladic Idol, Aegean, Cyclades Islands, early Bronze Age II (2500-2400 BC)

Head Of A Cycladic Idol, Aegean, Cyclades Islands, early Bronze Age II BC).

Early Cycladic I (Grotta-Pelos phase), 3200-2800: National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece. Violin-shaped figurines.

Early Cycladic I (Grotta-Pelos phase), National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece.

Cycladic Art Meditation Statue Beautiful Sculpture Ancient Greek Art | eBay

Cycladic Art Meditation Statue - Beautiful Sculpture - Ancient Greek Art

The Cycladic culture flourished on the islands of the Aegean Sea from about BC until 2000 BC. Cycladic sculptures are highly stylised, almost modern-looking, and work well in contemporary environments.

Cycladic islands of the Aegean produced these very characteristic idols during the latter half of the 3rd millennium BC

Cycladic islands of the Aegean produced these very characteristic idols during the latter half of the millennium BC

Cycladic sculptures in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens http://www.house2book.com

Collection of Cycladic Figurines, Cycladic Islands, Marble, 2300 BC (Early…

Cycladic schematic figurine, Kusura type (named for the location of manufacture), 2700-2300 BC

Schematic figurine from western Anatolia, representing the human figure in a highly abstract way. It belongs to the so-called "Kusura" type and is strongly.

goodmemory: Female figure, 2600–2400 B.C. Early Cycladic, Keros-Syros culture, Marble

Antique marble standing female figure,by Bastis master (active mid. Millenium), early Cycladic II, Keros–Syros culture B.

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