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Príncipe de los Lirios. Relieve sobre estuco pintado. Palacio de Cnosos.

Príncipe de los Lirios. Relieve sobre estuco pintado. Palacio de Cnosos.

Odysseus Offers Wine to the Cyclops Polyphemus,

Photo: Travel: Italy: Sicily: Villa Romana Del Casale: Odysseus Offers Wine to the Cyclops Polyphemus in the Eponymous Vestibule (Tuesday, September

Minoan Priest King   Feathered Prince of Lilies   Fresco Art   Knossos, Crete, Greece

Minoan Priest King Feathered Prince of Lilies Fresco Art Knossos, Crete, Greece

Minoan Men's dress: Most often wore skirts. Skirts that ended at the thigh.

The Prince of the Lilies, or the Lily prince, is a celebrated Minoan fresco on the Greek island of Crete; the fresco is dated to circa 1550 BC (the new palace period between 1700 and 1450 BC).

También llevaban faldas cortas y cinturones que sujetaban pequeños delantales. Los ceñidos cinturones de tela, decorados con espirales y rosetas, realzaban la cintura de avispa típicamente masculina.

También llevaban faldas cortas y cinturones que sujetaban pequeños delantales. Los ceñidos cinturones de tela, decorados con espirales y rosetas, realzaban la cintura de avispa típicamente masculina.

Príncipe de los lirios, cnosos

Príncipe de los lirios, cnosos

Servants back from the royal hunt with a hare and small birds.    Relief from Ashurbanipal’s palace at Nineveh 7th century BC.

Servants back from the royal hunt with a hare and small birds. Assyrian Relief from Ashurbanipal’s palace at Nineveh century BCE

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