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Knossos - West Magazines
Looking down, you can see the start of the corridor that joins eightenn long and narrow storerooms, covering an area of 1300 sq.m.
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Knossos Archaeology Minoan Archaeological Sites West Magazines

Credits: Demosthenis
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Knossos - The Rhyton Bearer fresco
The "Rhyton Bearer" is the best preserved figure from the Fresco of the Procession. It depicts a young man in a richly zoma carrying a large silver conic rhyton. - Neopalatial Period (1500 - 1450 BC) - Heraklion Museum
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Knossos Archaeology Minoan Archaeological Sites Findings Heraklion Museum Fresco Processional Causeway

Credits: Demosthenis
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Giant Pithoi
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Knossos - West Magazines
The pithoi (large storage jars) of the "West Magazines" bear witness to the wealth of the palace. The remains of some 150 pithoi were found, although there is room for about 400. Their contents are unknown, although they could have oil, wine, pulses, etc.
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Knossos Archaeology Minoan Archaeological Sites West Magazines

Credits: Demosthenis
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Knossos - Fresco from Piano Nobile
Wall painting to which the Parisienne belongs, depicting a symposium. Final Palace Period (Heraklion Museum)
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Knossos Archaeology Minoan Findings Heraklion Museum Fresco Piano Nobile Parisienne

Credits: Demosthenis
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Knossos - Clay Goddess Figurine
Idol of a goddess with raised hands, made of terracotta. The figurine was found in the Shrine of the Double Axes at the palace of Knossos. Postpalatial Period 1350 -1300 BC (Heraklion Museum)
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Knossos Archaeology Minoan Findings Heraklion Museum Figurine Double Axes Shrine

Credits: Alexandros
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Knossos - The Shrine of the Double Axes

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