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Mycènes - Trésor d'Atrée - tombe à coupole La plus célèbre des tombes mycénienne est celle connue sous le nom de Trésor d'Atrée près de la porte des lions à Mycènes.

Mycènes - Trésor d'Atrée - tombe à coupole La plus célèbre des tombes mycénienne est celle connue sous le nom de Trésor d'Atrée près de la porte des lions à Mycènes.

Bronze Age Art - Storerooms at the Palace of Knossos, Crete, Greece. Some of the great jars, or pithoi, found at Knossos were used to store honey.

Peloponnissos, Mycenae, The Lions Gate to Agamemnon's palace, Greece

Peloponissos, Mycenae, The Lions Gate to Agamemnon's palace, Greece [681x1024]

I stood under this gate in Memories. Peloponissos, Mycenae, The Lions Gate to Agamemnon's palace, Greece

Cerchio tombale A - XV sec. a.C. - Micene.    #MR

Dating back to the bronze-age of Greece. Ancient even to Plato and Aristotle, the stuff Greek myths are made out of.

St. Cecilia's Tomb, Rome, Italy (Cecilia is the Patron Saint of Music, and one of my Beloved Patrons)

Cecilia's Tomb, Rome, Italy (Cecilia is the Patron Saint of Music, and one of my Beloved Patrons)

Mycenae, Greece. One of the biggest thrills of my life was to stand beneath the lion gate at Mycenae!

Archeological site of Mycenae and Tiryns, Greece (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

The Tholos at the Sanctuary of Athena, in Delphi, Greece via www.davestravelpages.com

Delphi, Greece - The Temple of Apollo and Tholos Of Athena Pronaia

During my recent Big Fat Greek Road trip, I stopped off to consult the oracle in Delphi, Greece, and discovered the Tholos of Athena Pronaia nearby.

Human ancestors were using fire a million years ago - 300,000 years earlier than previously thought

Human beings were using fire a million years ago - 300,000 years earlier than previously thought

Rock art in Wonderwerk cave from Kuruman Northern Cape South Africa: Ash found in a layer dated at a million years old hints that inhabitants of the cave were using fire a million years ago

THE THRONE ROOM AT THE HEART OF THE BRONZE AGE PALACE OF KNOSSOS, CONSIDERED THE OLDEST THRONE ROOM IN THE WORLD. CRETE, 15TH CENTURY BC

Stairs in the Palace of Knossos, the oldest palace in Europe, 4000 years old.

The Antelopes: From our Akrotiri Collection which features frescos from the ancient Minoan City of Akrotiri on the island Santorini. This fresco found in Room Beta1 is adjacent to the Boxing Boys. This pair of animals, which covers the west wall, was preserved in relatively good condition and was successfully restored.

The Antelopes: From the ancient Minoan City of Akrotiri on the island Santorini. This fresco found in Room is adjacent to the Boxing Boys.

Knossos, Crete, 2010

The Palace at Knossos, Crete - the seat of the ancient Minoan civilization named for the mythical King Minos.

Ceramic Art, Exhibitions, Ceramics, Pottery

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