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Museums of Greece
Archaeological Museum of Thebes Offering gifts to the goddess Main element of the Mycenaean religious ritual was the procession of female worshippers towards the shrine, the temple, or the altar of the seated, sometimes enthroned goddess.The depiction of processions on murals, and gold seal-rings was particularly frequent.....
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Detail of the 'East Frieze' wall painting depicting an exotic river scene with a leaping griffin, removed from the east wall of Room 5 in the West House (aka the House of the Admiral) at Akrotiri on the island of Thera (Santorini) in the southern Cyclades, c.1500 BC (mural painting on plaster)
Minoan dolphin vase - Marine Style - 2nd Millenium BCE 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.