Clay "frying pan " with boat, waves & public triangle.
3rd millennium BCE Greek Cycladic (Early Cycladic II) Sculpture
CYCLADIC (EARLY) Anonymous
(3000 BCE - 2000 BCE)
c. 2800 BCE-230 BCE
3rd millennium BCE
Cycladic (Early Cycladic II)
Athens. Greece. National Archaeological Museum.
Of the Keros-Syros culture, these vessels were spread widely around the Aegea. Tey hay have served practical purposes as dishes, astralabes, or metric units for salt trading. They may have been used as ritual vessels.
CYCLADIC (EARLY) |Clay "frying pan " with boat, waves & public triangle. |. c. 2800 BCE-2300 BCE |Greece
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