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Above: Attic Geometric trefoil oinochoe decorated with dense bands and a panel with running spiral.

Middle Geometric II, ca. 800-760 BCE.

Gift of Iro Ghiol.

 

Below, L-R: Protogeometric jug and skyphos, decorated with compass-drawn concentric circles and semicircles.

Perhaps Euboean imports.

From the island of Skyros in the Sporades, ca. 1000-900 BCE.

Gifts of Rena Andreadi.

 

Benaki Museum

Athens, Greece

L-R: amphora, skyphos, hydria, decorated with compass-drawn concentric semicircles.

Perhaps Euboean imports.

From the island of Skyros in the Sporades, ca. 1000-900 BCE.

Gifts of Rena Andreadi.

 

Benaki Museum

Athens, Greece

Protogeometric flask with dense linear decoration in a radial arrangement. The central panel contains two groups of goats or deer, flanking an abstractly rendered 'tree of life'. Both Attic and Euboean-Cycladic influences may be discerned in the vase-painting.

From Skyros, Sporades, 950-900 BCE.

H. 0.286 m. Gift of Rena Andreadi. (ΓΕ 28190)

 

Text slightly modified from museum website.

 

Benaki Museum

Athens, Greece

Protogeometric amphoriskos decorated with triangles in zones.

From the island of Skyros in the Sporades, ca. 950-900 BCE.

Gift of Rena Andreadi.

 

Benaki Museum

Athens, Greece

R: Protogeometric amphoriskos decorated with triangles in zones, ca. 950-900 BCE.

 

C: Small pithoid krater (pithoid krateriskos) with two pairs of lugs or nipples and dense linear decoration. Late Geometric I, ca. 760-735 BCE.

 

L: Trefoil oinochoe decorated with triangles and dot rosettes in a panel on the neck. Early/Middle Geometric, ca. 850 BCE.

 

All from the island of Skyros in the Sporades.

Gifts of Rena Andreadi.

 

Benaki Museum

Athens, Greece

Trefoil-mouth hydria

Produced by an 'Atticizing' workshop (on Skyros?).

Middle Geometric I (ca. 860-800 BCE).

Possibly from the island of Skyros.

Gift of Rena Andreadi

 

Benaki Museum

Athens, Greece

Skyphos and trefoil oinochoe with double handle, decorated with repeating cruciform pattern, which has comparanda from Crete and Attica.

Both possibly from the same workshop or vase painter; for more information, see the so-called "Bernoulli Jug" in the British Museum, also from Skyros.

Skyros, Sporades, Orientalizing Period, ca. 675-650 BCE

Gift of Rena Andreadi.

 

Benaki Museum

Athens, Greece

Trefoil oinochoe with rope handle and skyphos, with decoration of horses, crosses, diamonds, stars, swastikas, and other fill ornaments.

Both probably from the same workshop or vase painter; for more information, see the so-called "Bernoulli Jug" in the British Museum, also from Skyros.

Skyros, Sporades, Orientalizing Period, ca. 675-650 BCE

Gift of Rena Andreadi.

 

Benaki Museum

Athens, Greece

"Boeotian"-type bronze fibula with incised decoration of fish and ship.

From a grave on the island of Skyros.

Late Geometric II period, late 8th-early 7th c. BCE.

N.P. Goulandris Collection, no. 561.

More information.

 

N.P. Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art

Athens, Greece

Trefoil oinochoe with traces of metal clamp for repair on neck.

Sub-Protogeometric period, 9th c. BCE.

From a grave on the island of Skyros.

N.P. Goulandris Collection, 294.

 

N.P. Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art

Athens, Greece

Globular pyxis with lid.

Late Protogeometric - Sub-Protogeometric period, 10th-9th c. BCE.

N.P. Goulandris Collection, 407.

From a grave on the island of Skyros.

More information.

 

N.P. Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art

Athens, Greece

Protogeometric amphoroid krater with metopal decoration.

The closest parallels for the shape are from Cyprus.

Late Protogeometric, ca. 950-900 BCE.

From the island of Skyros in the Sporades.

Gift of Rena Andreadi

 

Benaki Museum

Athens, Greece

Protogeometric amphoroid krater with metopal decoration.

The closest parallels for the shape are from Cyprus.

Late Protogeometric, ca. 950-900 BCE.

From the island of Skyros in the Sporades.

Gift of Rena Andreadi

 

Benaki Museum

Athens, Greece

"Boeotian"-type bronze fibula with incised decoration of fish and ship.

From a grave on the island of Skyros.

Late Geometric II period, late 8th-early 7th c. BCE.

N.P. Goulandris Collection, no. 561.

More information.

 

N.P. Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art

Athens, Greece

Pithoid vessel/pyxis.

Late Protogeometric period, 10th/9th c. BCE.

From a grave on the island of Skyros.

N.P. Goulandris Collection, no. 288.

More information.

 

N.P. Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art

Athens, Greece

Pithoid vessel/pyxis.

Late Protogeometric period, 10th/9th c. BCE.

From a grave on the island of Skyros.

N.P. Goulandris Collection, no. 288.

More information.

 

N.P. Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art

Athens, Greece

Cup.

Late Protogeometric period, 10th c. BCE.

From a grave on the island of Skyros.

N.P. Goulandris Collection.

 

N.P. Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art

Athens, Greece

Bird askos

Late Protogeometric period, 10th c. BCE.

From a grave on the island of Skyros.

N.P. Goulandris Collection, 382.

More information.

 

N.P. Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art

Athens, Greece

Lekythos.

Mid-Late Protogeometric period, late 11th-10th c. BCE.

N.P. Goulandris Collection, 436.

From a grave on the island of Skyros.

 

N.P. Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art

Athens, Greece

Double trefoil oinochoe with accumbent concentric semicircles.

Late Protogeometric period, 10th-9th c. BCE.

N.P. Goulandris Collection, 384.

More information.

 

Skyphos with pendant semicircles.

Late Protogeometric period, 10th c. BCE.

N.P. Goulandris Collection, 430.

 

Small amphora.

Sub-Protogeometric period, 9th c. BCE.

N.P. Goulandris Collection, 384.

 

All from graves on the island of Skyros.

 

N.P. Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art

Athens, Greece

Trefoil oinochoe.

From a grave on the island of Skyros.

Late Protogeometric period, 10th c. BCE.

N.P. Goulandris Collection, 379.

 

N.P. Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art

Athens, Greece