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Early Mycenaean (ca. 12th - 15th B.C.), in Clay, baked at 1500 degrees Celsius.
This decorative is ​​entirely handmade, and it wasn't used any kind of mold in the shaping of this statuette.
The Mycenaean statuettes of this type, represent female figures and they seem
to represent goddesses. Their abstract form may be an ideal mixture of fertility and regeneration.
They generally wear a long, enveloping garment, perhaps a kind of robe. They usually have long hair.
Its original form was in terracotta. They are also referred to as phi type statues because of their resemblance in shape to the Greek letter "Φ" ("phi")

It measures approximately 28 cm ( 11 inches) high and 10,5 cm ( 4,1 inches) wide. The width of the base is about 8 * 8 cm (3,1*3,1 inches).
It is ceramic and is colored with the Bandanas Technique which is referred to colored liquid clay that is being used for decorating ceramics. The bandanas-covered objects (bantarismena) can be decorated with the technical sgraffito.

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Ceramic Female Ancient Greece Mycenaean Technique Inspired Statuette

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: Pottery
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