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Silver and gold rhyton in the shape of a bull's head from Grave 4 in Grave Circle A at Mycenae.

Bronze age Etruscan silver-and-gold rhyton in the shape of a bull's head at Etruscan colony Mycenae

Minoan civilization, 16th century b. C. Rhyton, black steatite libation vessel inlaid with rock crystal, jasper and mother-of-pearl, in the shape of a bull’s head

Minoan Civilization century BC) Rhyton, black steatite libation vessel inlaid with rock crystal, jasper and mother-of-pearl, in the shape of a bull’s head

Golden bull head, Olympia museum, Greece Editorial Photo

Photo about Statue of bulls head with gold gilt on horns and nose in museum in Olympia, Greece.

Minoan Bull's Head Rhyton (Ritual Wine Vessel) 17th-15th c BCE

Bull's-Head Rhyton, c. Steatite with shell, rock crystal, and red jasper. The gilt-wood horns are restorations.

coupe à boire en or et argent en forme de taureau Mycenes

coupe à boire en or et argent en forme de taureau Mycenes. Rhyton in the form of a bull's head from shaft grave IV, Mycenae.

Bull Head Rhyton (libation-offering vessel) from Knossos, Crete (ca. 1550 BCE)

AstroSpirit / Taurus ♉ / Earth / Bull Head Rhyton (libation-offering vessel) from Knossos, Crete (ca.

Cabeza de venado probablemente de la época sumeria.

Enki - His symbols included a goat and a fish, which later combined into a single beast, the goat Capricorn, recognised as the Zodiacal constellation Capricornus

Head of a girl, Palace of Knossos, Minoan, 1700-1400 BC (plaster). Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, Crete

Head of a girl, Palace of Knossos, Minoan, BC (plaster). Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, Crete

Near Eastern Terracotta Snake   Animals   Date:  1st Century BC Culture:  Syrian Category:  Animals Medium:  Terracotta

Near Eastern Terracotta Snake Animals Date: Century BC Culture: Syrian Category: Animals Medium: Terracotta

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