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A marine scene depicting dolphins composed symmetrically with fishes in the interstices. Archaeological Museum of Heraklion. Residencia del rey, los dignatarios y el clero.
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El patio central lo divide en dos alas, la occidental A con los santuarios y las estancias oficiales estatales, y la oriental B donde se encuentran las viviendas y los talleres. The northern entrance of the Palace of Knossos with the charging bull frescoe. Mivenico palace was the centre of the Minoan civilization and culture. Dancing girl fresco, from the Queen’s Megaron at Knossos, ca. Non-acrobatic female upper torso miinoico head, open bodice, tresses flying, arms up, probably dancing.
The Palace of Knossos was the ceremonial and political centre 0f the Minoan civilization and culture. Heads and upper torsos of three women with long tresses. The Palace of Knossos was the ceremonial and political centre of the Minoan civilization and culture. Here the queen’s megaron with dolphin frescoes.
Megaron of the Queen. A marine scene depicting a school of dolphins composed symmetrically with fish in the interstices and cluster of sponges around the periphery. It depicts a young man performing what seems to be a handspring or flip over a charging bull. Bull Leaping was a local sport, during which the athlete had to execute jumps over and on the bull.
It was a ritual dedicated to Apollo. Procede del palacio de Knosos. Sus muros se encuentran cubiertos de reproducciones de frescos realizados por Evans, que representan escudos con forma de ocho. Ala este del Palacio. Vista minooco de los grandes propileos hacia la entrada sur del palacio, reconstruidos por Evans. Vista general de la entrada noroeste del palacio. La estancia fue utilizada como lugar de audiencias del rey.
Here stairs have been excavated. Relieve de estuco pintado. Ala Occidental del Palacio de Cnosos. Fechado hacia el a. The Throne Room with its famous griffin couchant frescoes in the Palace of Knossos which was the centre of the Minoan civilization and culture. Fue reconstruido por Evans. The Palace of Knossos was minooico ceremonial and political centre of the Minoan civilization. The Royal Road connecting the port with the palace. Many frescoes have been excavated there.
Vista parcial de la sala columnada con copias de frescos en minoixo paredes, ubicada sobre la sala del trono ala occidental. Las grandes vasijas o ‘Phitos’ se utilizaban para el almacenamiento de aceite y vino. Archaeological Site, Knossos, Crete, Greece. Todas sus paredes se encuentran decoradas con frescos que representan un paisaje de plantas y rocas con grifones.
The palace of Knossos, Crete, Greece. The north en-trance consists of a long ramp which continues from the harbour road to stairs and a small terrace with red columns monoico a fresco of a bull.
A storage jar from the Palace of Knossos, Crete, Greece. Discovered in it was excavated and restorat Sacrificial basin in the anteroom of the throne room, palace of Knossos, Heraklion, Crete.
Ornamental double-axe labrys BCE from Crete.
Such cult axes were fixed to a base and placed in sanctuaries. Archaeological Museum, Heraklion, Crete, Micemico. Fresque micebico the Prince with Lilies. Painted stucco high 2;20 m.
Heraklion, museum of archaeology. The Palace of Knossos was the ceremonial and political centre of the Minoan civilization and culture and had a sophisticated water suppfly.
Palace of Knossos, Heraklion, Crete. Small courtyard in the living quarters of the east wing. The columns, originally made of wood, were replaced by stone columns by archaeologist Arthur Evans during restoration in the early 20th.
Arthur Evans excavated and restorated Knossos from to Ancient harbour of Minoan Knossos, Crete. Painted conical columns in the Royal Palace of Knossos.
Charging bull on a wall in the north entrance, palace of Knossos, Crete. This wall includes a gargoyle. The spiral band frescoes are somewhat later.
Los frescos de bandas de espirales son algo posteriores.
Civilizações da Antiguidade/Os minoicos
miceenico Throne of King Minos in the palace of Knossos, Crete. This megaron has a fresco of fishes and dolphins. The border of the door was originally painted with rosettes, later with spirals.
The door led to the King’s quarters. Palace of Knossos BC. Store-room and storage jars in the west wing of the Minoan palace of Knossos, Crete.
View of the reception in the west wing of the palace. Provision jars in the cellars micenick the Royal Palace of Knossos. Fresque representing ‘The Parisian’, from the Palace of Cnossos. Next page Recent searches: