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Neolithic Age (6800-3300 BC) Fig. 1 Gold earrings from Poliochni, Lemnos. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 7159). Mid-3rd millenium BC.

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2 Neolithic Age ( BC) Fig. 1 Gold earrings from Poliochni, Lemnos. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 7159). Mid-3rd millenium BC.

3 Fig. 2 Silver bracelets from Leukas. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 6285). Mid- 3rd millenium BC.

4 Early Bronze Age ( BC) Fig. 3 Necklaces of gold biconical beads from Leukas (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 6285). Mid-3rd millenium BC.

5 Fig. 4 Gold pendant with a pair of wasps or bees. Superb specimen of Minoan goldsmithing with granulation and filigree technique. From Chrysolakkos, Malia, Crete. (Herakleion Museum) BC.

6 Fig 5 Gold diadem with repousse decoration from Shaft Grave IV of Grave Circle A at Mycenae. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 286). Late 16th century BC Fig. 6 Silver pin with gold head in the shape of a female figure supporting papyrous branches in her outstretched arms. From Shaft Grave III of Grave Circle A at Mycenae. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 75). Second half of 16th century BC.

7 Oro s. XVI a. C. Arte Micénico Proviene del cementerio real de Micenas, Cementerio V, Fosa circular A Museo Arqueológico Nacional, Atenas Máscara de Agamenón, Arte Micénico

8 Fig. 7 Gold discs with repousse decoration from Shaft Grave III of Grave Circle A at Mycenae. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 18, 14, 4). Second half of 16th century BC.

9 Fig 8 Gold discs with repousse decoration from Shaft Grave III of Grave Circle A at Mycenae. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 18, 14, 4). Second half of 16th century BC.

10 Fig. 9 Gold earrings from Shaft Grave III of Grave Circle A at Mycenae. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 61). Second half of 16th century BC.

11 Fig 10 Gold signet-rings with engraved representation of scenes of battle and hunting from a chariot. From Shaft Grave IV of Grave Circle A at Mycenae. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 241, 240). Late 16th century BC.

12 Fig. 11 Gold ring with a bezel in the form of a rosette and hoop with cloisonne decoration. From the tholos tomb at Vapheio. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 1804). First half of 15th century BC.

13 Fig 12 Necklaces of gold relief beads in the shape of ivy leaf and rosette. From the Tholos Tomb at Dendra. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 7354, 7342). Late 15th century BC.

14 Fig 15 Necklaces with beads of agate, sard and amethyst in assorted shapes. From Chamber Tombs 518 and 519 at Mycenae. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 6521, 6435). 14th - 13th century

15 Geometric and Orientalizing periods Fig 1 Gold bead from Anavyssos. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, XP 1520, 6435). 8th

16 Fig. 13 Pair of gold earrings. They have an outer ring with repousse foliate decoration and a rosette inside the ring. From Chamber Tomb 10 at Dendra. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 8745). End of 15th century BC. Fig 14 Necklace of gold relief beads in the form of papyrus lily and of half rosette. From Chamber Tomb 10 at Dendra. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 8748). End of 15th century BC.

17 Fig 3 Gold necklace from Spata. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, XP 1041, 6435). 8th century BC.

18 Fig. 2 Gold band from the Kerameikos. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, XP 1). 8th century BC.

19 Fig. 4 Pair of earrings from Eleusis. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 10960). 8th century BC.

20 Fig. 5 Gold plaques from a pectoral ornament with filigree, granulation and amber inlay. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, XP. 147). 8th century BC. Fig. 6 Gold plaque from the Idaian Cave, Crete. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, XP. 674). Early 7th century BC.

21 Fig 7 Five rosettes from a diadem. They were attached to a leather or cloth band (4 of electrum and the last of gold). From Melos. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, XP ). Archaic and Classical periods

22 Fig. 8 Gold pendants, "bees". From Thera. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, XP. 1065). 7th century BC. Fig. 9 Gold band earrings from Sindos. (Archaeological Museum Thessaloniki, 7975). Late 6th century BC.

23 Fig. 10 Gold band earrings from Chalkidiki. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, ST. 175). Last quarter of 6th century BC.

24 Fig 11 Gold rosettes with enamel. Possibly from the Hellenspont. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, ST 305). Early 4th century BC.

25 Fig. 12 Pair of earrings. Peleus wrestling with Thetis. From Eretria. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, XP. 928). 5th century BC.

26 Fig. 13 Gold earrings of boat- shape type with cock-horse. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, ST. 237). First half of 5th century BC. Fig. 14 Gold rings from tombs at Eretria, on the bezel intaglio representation of Nike. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, XP. 680). 5th century BC.

27 Fig 15 Gold necklace from Eretria. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, XP 10). 5th century BC. Fig. 16 Gold fibula classical period. (Athens, Benaki Museum).

28 Hellenistìc period Fig. 18 Pair of gold bracelets with cut-out vine leaves, volutes and set with garnets, amethyst and enamel. From Palaiokastro, Thessaly. (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, XP. 939). 1th century BC.


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