Cycladic - Statuette with abstract form that depicts a nude woman. Many Cycladic examples are women with arms folded across their abdomens.
Minoan - hemispherical bowl made of hammered copper with three signs of the Cypro-Minoan script incised below the rim. These bowls were common grave goods in the late Cypriot period.
Mycenaean - Female figurines with arms folded or raised are common types of Mycenaean cult objects.
Archaic - The hydra is a bronze piece with two heads of humans, one of a lion, and two snakes as decorative features.
Classical Greek - red figures on black vase (or vice versa)
Hellenistic - Emotional, highly detailed marble statue
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The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Museum of Cycladic Art
Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
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