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Mycenaean Bull Rhyton

Mycenaean Bull Rhyton, 1500 BCE — Aegean Civilizations

Mycenaean Bull Rhyton is an Ancient Aegean, Gold, Silver Decorative Artwork created between 1600 BCE and 1500 BCE. It lives at the National Archaeological Museum, Athens in Greece. The image is .

A Rhyton is a ceremonial drinking vessel often carved in the form of an animal’s head. Minoan art influenced the design of this one.

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