After the palace at Knossos was destroyed in 1375, many plaster fragments were found years later by excavators. While most of these found pieces are in the Herakleoin Museum, this one is show cases in the British Museum. It is there because in 1906, the excavator of it, Arthur Evans, gave this piece to the British Museum. The fragment comes from a group of miniature frescoes depicting bull-sports. At first glance it is difficult to make this out, but with a closer look, you can make out the image.