Cycladic Figurines

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published on 14 August 2013

Marble figurines from Naxos in the Cyclades. The significance of the statues is not known for certain only that they were once painted and are generally found in a burial context across the Cyclades group. These examples date to between 2800 and 2300 BCE. (Archaeological Museum, Naxos).


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Mark Cartwright
Mark studied ancient Greek philosophy but has since widened his interests to more general Greek history and the ancient Americas. He loves visiting and reading about historic sites and transforming that experience into free articles accessible to all.

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