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  • Idols
  • "Cycladic idols are generally depicted with their arms folded just above their stomachs. Sometimes their bellies are swollen, suggesting pregnancy. A flat, oval face with a protruding triangular nose is a mark of the style. The emphasis on the linear forms of the body is another traditional characteristic of these Cycladic artworks. Examples of such fertility goddesses, have their feet stretched downwards and some scholars have surmised that these idols were not meant to be standing up, but reclining. Similar idols have been found in a single tomb, which indicates that they also played an important a role in the afterlife of the Ancient Cycladic people. While many ancient cultures have disappeared from the pages of history, the idol findings in the Aegean islands helped the rediscovery of the Cycladic culture."
  • Statues
  • "The whole form or likeness of an individual entity sculpted or carved. Masterpieces made of marble, stone, clay bronze: -The famous Cycladic statuettes, the Harpist and the Flautist (2800-2300 B.C.), which were found on Keros. The transparency of the Parian marble was so great that it is said to be among the symbols that led to the conception of the divine, even during the first centuries of Christianity. "
     
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    148 Greek Museum Products that contain 'cycladic' and 'cycladic'
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    1 - Idols -> -> Crouching mini $5.54

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    2 - Busts -> -> Mini Head $5.54

    "Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    3 - Idols -> -> Idol with double guitar extra mini $7.52

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    4 - Busts -> -> Triangular Head small $7.52

    "Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    5 - Busts -> -> Small Head $7.52

    "Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    6 - Busts -> -> Small Head no base $7.52

    "Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    7 - Busts -> -> Small Head with ears $7.52

    "Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    8 - Busts -> -> Small Head round $7.52

    "Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    9 - Idols -> -> Idol double mini $9.90

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    10 - Idols -> -> Idol with double guitar mini $9.90

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    11 - Idols -> -> Idol with guitar $9.90

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    12 - Idols -> -> Crouching small $9.90

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    13 - Idols -> -> Thinking woman extra small $9.90

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    14 - Idols -> -> Standing idol mini $13.07

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    15 - Idols -> -> Standing idol mini thin $13.07

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    16 - Idols -> -> Standing idol mini wide $13.07

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    17 - Idols -> -> Standing idol kilarou large $13.07

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    18 - Idols -> -> Idol with square back $13.07

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    19 - Idols -> -> Standing idol mini new $13.07

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    20 - Idols -> -> Seating fat mini $13.07

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    21 - Idols -> -> Thinking man mini $13.07

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    22 - Idols -> -> Thinking woman mini $13.07

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    23 - Busts -> -> Triangular Head $13.07

    "Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    24 - Idols -> -> Idol with double guitar small $15.05

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    25 - Idols -> -> Standing idol C $17.82

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    26 - Idols -> -> Standing idol short $17.82

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    27 - Idols -> -> Thinking mini thin $17.82

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    28 - Idols -> -> Thinking mini short $17.82

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    29 - Idols -> -> Thinking woman small $17.82

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    30 - Idols -> -> Crouching medium $17.82

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    31 - Idols -> -> Crouching modern $17.82

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    32 - Busts -> -> Large Black $17.82

    "Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    33 - Busts -> -> Medium Head $17.82

    "Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    34 - Idols -> -> Standing idol B $21.38

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    35 - Idols -> -> Standing idol Hunter $21.38

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    36 - Idols -> -> Standing idol Triangular small $21.38

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    37 - Idols -> -> Idol Bust $21.38

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    38 - Idols -> -> Standing idol bronze $21.38

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978."
    39 - Idols -> -> Statuette of a Woman Idol Classic Narrow $24.16

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    40 - Idols -> -> Statuette of a Woman Idol Classic Wide $24.16

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    41 - Idols -> -> Statuette of a Woman Idol A $24.16

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    42 - Idols -> -> Statuette of a Woman Idol Kilarou $24.16

    "Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"
    43 - Idols -> -> Standing Idol with Child $24.16

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    44 - Idols -> -> Standing idol flautist small $24.16

    "Cycladic figurine original masterpieces made of Parian marble: -The famous Cycladic statuettes, the Harpist and the Flautist (2800-2300 B.C.), were found on Keros. The marble was exploited from these ancient times up until the 7th century A.C. It was rediscovered after centuries of lying dormant, and in the 19th century the exploitation started once again."
    45 - Idols -> -> Idol Cypriot Cross $24.16

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    46 - Idols -> -> Thinking small $24.16

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    47 - Idols -> -> Seating pregnant $26.53

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    48 - Idols -> -> Thinking man small $26.53

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    49 - Idols -> -> Thinking woman medium $26.53

    Early Cycladic figurine. The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades.
    50 - Busts -> -> Large Head $26.53

    "Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
     
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