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Black Gloss moldmade vase in the shape of an old woman clutching a lagynos.

From Poseidi, Chalkidiki (Petalias area, Grave IV).

2nd c. CE

ΜΘ 17858

 

Black Gloss moldmade ram.

from Kastro, Torone, Chalkidiki.

3rd c. BCE

ΜΘ 5170

 

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki.

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Corinthian aryballos. Grave 212. Late 7th c. BCE.

ΜΘ 16995.

 

Feeder bottle/oinochoe. Grave 228. Late 7th c. BCE.

ΜΘ 16999.

 

One-handled cup. Grave 93. 7th c. BCE.

ΜΘ 16974.

 

Cemetery of Ancient Mende in the Chalkidike.

 

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki

Wheelmade pithos-amphora with 'Painted Chalkidian' decoration of waterbirds on the shoulder and a hound chasing a hare on the belly. Used for burial.

Grave 130, cemetery of Ancient Mende in the Chalkidike.

Late Geometric period.

ΜΘ 12724

 

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki

Wheelmade pithos-amphora with 'Painted Chalkidian' decoration of waterbirds on the shoulder and a hound chasing a hare on the belly. Used for burial.

Grave 130, cemetery of Ancient Mende in the Chalkidike.

Late Geometric period.

ΜΘ 12724

 

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki

Wheelmade krater decorated with panelled horizontal and vertical wavy lines.

Ancient Mende in the Chalkidike, 'Proasteion'.

Orientalizing, 7th c. BCE.

ΜΘ 12730

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki

Kantharos of Rhodian-type shape and Euboean-type decoration of waterbirds on the belly and concentric circles on shoulder and handles.

Subgeometric period.

ΑΜΘ 101.

 

Sanctuary of Poseidon at Mende, loc. Poseidi, in the Chalkidike.

 

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki

Fragment of an amphora with retrodgrade proprietary inscription (ΕΜΟΣ or ΕΜΟΙ) under the handle.

Late Geometric period/7th c. BCE.

ΑΜΘ 103.

 

From the altar of the apsidal building, Sanctuary of Poseidon at Mende, loc. Poseidi, in the Chalkidike.

 

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki

Sanctuary of Poseidon at Mende, loc. Poseidi.

Mid 6th c. BCE.

 

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki