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La dea dei serpenti, Minoico Medio, 1550 a.C. circa Iraklion, Museo Archeologico. È in rapporto al culto della Grande Madre che va l’opera come la celeberrima Dea dei serpenti, protettrice della casa e divinità dell’abbondanza, con gli occhi spalancati, terrificanti, e la bocca socchiusa per l’imminente attacco. Databile al 1550 a.C.

La dea dei serpenti, Minoico Medio, 1550 a.C. circa Iraklion, Museo Archeologico. È in rapporto al culto della Grande Madre che va l’opera come la celeberrima Dea dei serpenti, protettrice della casa e divinità dell’abbondanza, con gli occhi spalancati, terrificanti, e la bocca socchiusa per l’imminente attacco. Databile al 1550 a.C.

MINOAN, HELLENISTIC, LATE BRONZE-AGE STAND -- Circa 1400 BCE -- Cyprus -- Exhibited at The British Museum, London

MINOAN, HELLENISTIC, LATE BRONZE-AGE STAND -- Circa 1400 BCE -- Cyprus -- Exhibited at The British Museum, London

Minoan seal depicting bull-jumping. Cretan work of 1550-1500 (Late Minoan I).

Minoan seal depicting bull-jumping. Cretan work of 1550-1500 (Late Minoan I).

Clay model of a Minoan house, Acharnes, 1600 BC, HAM

Clay model of a Minoan house, Acharnes, 1600 BC, HAM

Coin from Knossos, a city on the north coast of the Island of Crete. Minotaur running; labyrinth in the shape of counter-clockwise swastika with floral pattern in the centre; sunk squares in the 4 courners ca 420 Greek Silver Stater of Knossos (Crete)

Coin from Knossos, a city on the north coast of the Island of Crete. Minotaur running; labyrinth in the shape of counter-clockwise swastika with floral pattern in the centre; sunk squares in the 4 courners ca 420 Greek Silver Stater of Knossos (Crete)

A Late Minoan Bronze Standing Male Figure by Ancient Art, via Flickr

A Late Minoan Bronze Standing Male Figure by Ancient Art, via Flickr

Hagia Triada Sarcophagus Detail: Basin

Hagia Triada Sarcophagus Detail: Basin

Horns of consecration, Minoan, Middle Bronze Age (1900 - 1600 BC)

Horns of consecration, Minoan, Middle Bronze Age (1900 - 1600 BC)