Hapak Museum Of The Bronze Age And Classical PEriod

This artifact reveals to historians the first forms of communication and the extensive trade sytem between civilizations during the Bronze Age.
This artifact portrays how bronze was developed into warfare throughout the Bronze Age and into the Classical Period.
The cauldron serves as a experimental object that furthered the use of metal by acquired craft, specifically bronze and eventually the use of iron, in the Late Bronze Age.
This constructed helmet was used by Greeks during the Persian wars and lasted up until the Classical Period. Important stepping stone in different purposes that metal represented throughout Greek antiquity.
A sculpture of Athena which has been interpreted into different reasonings of its purpose. Shows the importance of the goddess to the people during Greek civilization and serves as a symbol of life.
Depicts a complex development of art in Greek antiquity during the Classical Period. A form a storage for water that was given as a gift and shows the importance of Athena during a time of battle.
An important symbol of Athenian civilization during their peak of power. The Parthenon was constructed during the Classical Period and represents one of the most important cultural monuments through Greek antiquity.
Thousands of Greek coins have been collected by historians today, show the importance of trade and how coins were represented throughout the Bronze Age and Classical Period.
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