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Ancient Greek pots in the Minoan Iraklion museum in Knossos Crete Greece Europe - Stock Image

Ancient Greek pots in the Minoan Iraklion museum in Knossos Crete Greece Europe - Stock Image

Minoan wall Fresco of a lady offering a necklace to a goddess. Notice the seam of her wrap around skirt, and her exposed breasts (1650 BC) - Akrotiri, Santorini Island

Minoan wall Fresco of a lady offering a necklace to a goddess. Notice the seam of her wrap around skirt, and her exposed breasts (1650 BC) - Akrotiri, Santorini Island

“Pisces – sign of compassion and empathy – has great psychic depth with deep-felt sensitivity. She’s peaceful and loving, taking all the way they are. She’s an artist …

Pisces – The Fish or Dolphins – February 19 to March 20

“Pisces – sign of compassion and empathy – has great psychic depth with deep-felt sensitivity. She’s peaceful and loving, taking all the way they are. She’s an artist …

theladysarah - Ancient Minoan Dress

theladysarah - Ancient Minoan Dress

The Prince of the Lillies. Minoan wall fresco.  It is thought to represent the Priest King of Knossos. Dated to 1200 BC.

The Prince of the Lillies. Minoan wall fresco. It is thought to represent the Priest King of Knossos. Dated to 1200 BC.

Minoan fresco tile: saffron-gatherer | by It's All Greek with Pin-It-Button on http://www.amazon.co.uk/Minoan-fresco-tile-saffron-gatherer-3/dp/B005602W0A

Minoan fresco tile: saffron-gatherer | by It's All Greek with Pin-It-Button on http://www.amazon.co.uk/Minoan-fresco-tile-saffron-gatherer-3/dp/B005602W0A

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Resultado de imagem para palácio de cnossos

Resultado de imagem para palácio de cnossos

Please take a look at a statuette that represents the well-known Minoan female deity with upraised hands. It was found at Pangalochori and dates from the Late Minoan period. Sculptors and artists of ancient Greece often portrayed women as the embodiment of the mother goddess. Such status of women in society could not, but affect their appearance. Particularly, the status of women in society helps to explain the characteristics of the Cretan-Mycenaean female costume, which was unlike anything…

Please take a look at a statuette that represents the well-known Minoan female deity with upraised hands. It was found at Pangalochori and dates from the Late Minoan period. Sculptors and artists of ancient Greece often portrayed women as the embodiment of the mother goddess. Such status of women in society could not, but affect their appearance. Particularly, the status of women in society helps to explain the characteristics of the Cretan-Mycenaean female costume, which was unlike anything…

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