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The Cup-Bearer January 2, 2007

Posted by grhomeboy in Archaeology Greece.
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The Cup-Bearer, a Cycladic figurine of unknown provenance dating between 2800-2200 B.C., is displayed at the N. P. Goulandris Foundation-Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens.

A new discovery of smashed marble figurines on an uninhabited Aegean Sea islet has shed new light on the mysterious Cycladic civilization, whose strikingly modern figurines are prized exhibits in museums and collections worldwide.

The Cup-Bearer, Greek Cycladic figurine

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