The item was initially covered with gold leaves, traces of which have been preserved. The entire surface is decorated with a low relief scene of an open-air peak sanctuary crowed with horns of consecration, in a superb landscape composition with a mountainous landscape in which wild goats are sitting on the top shrine or leaping about among the rocks and birds are flying in the sky. Late Neopalatial Period (1450 BC)- Heraklion Museum.
Two statues from the temple of the Egyptian Gods at Gortyn that combine iconographic elements and symbols of Hellenic and Egyptian deities. alike. The Isis - Persephone figure is holding a sistrum and wearing a moon disk, the symbol of Isis, on her head. Zeus - Sarapis, with a modio on his head, represents Pluto with Cerberus beside him, the three - headed dog that guards the Underworld. Roman Period rnd century A.D. - Heraklion Museum
Bronze grave statue of a young man wrapped in a mantle. Sorrow at his untimely death is imprinted on the boyish face. A high quality work from the Late Hellenistic period. Ierapetra, 1st century B.C. Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
Finial - handle of sceptre of green slate in the shape of a panther and axe. Believed to symbolise the secular power and religious authority of the king. From the Palace at Malia, Palaeopalatial period (1800 - 1700 B.C.) - Heraklion Museum