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Archaeological Museum of Milos

Object location36° 44′ 37.82″ N, 24° 25′ 25″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMapinfo

Archeologické muzeum v Plaka na Mélu


Cycladic collections[edit]

Obsidian collection[edit]

Obsidian Cores, blades, flakes and debitage from various sites on Milos (Nychia, Demenegaki, Chondro Vouno, Adamas, Kefala, Phylakopi). Trimmed pieces: mostly late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age (5th-3rd millennium BC).

Obsidián: jádra, čepele a odštěpky z různých míst na Mélu (Nychia, Demenegaki, Chondro Vouno, Adamas, Kefala, Phylakopi). Opracované kusy: většinou pozdní neolit a raná doba bronzová (5. až 3. tisíciletí před n. l.).

Early Cycladic cultures[edit]

Early Bronze Age

Early Cycladic I-II pottery[edit]

Mostly Grotta-Pelos Culture (EC I) and Keros-Syros culture (EC II) = pre-Phylakopi or proto-Phylakopi, 3300-2300 BC

Early Cycladic I-III stone objects[edit]

Early Cycladic III (Phylakopi I) pottery[edit]

EC III on Milos is from 2300 to 2000 BC (end of the Early Bronze Age on Cyclades, elsewhere on Cyclades is also Kastri kulture), but on Mlios mostly culture Phylakopi I, although not only from site in Phylakopi.

House model[edit]

Early Cycladic pottery, model of a house. EC II-III, 2500-2000 BC, length 23 cm. Find from grave in Rivari on Milos, at Halakas. Archaeological Museum of Milos, Cat. no. B 918.

Early or Middle Cycladic pottery[edit]

EC III - MC, Phylakopi I-II, ca 2000 BC

Middle Cycladic (Phylakopi II)[edit]

Middle Bronze Age, Middle Cycladic

Late Cycladic (Phylakopi III)[edit]

Late Bronze Age, Late Cycladic I-II period

Minoan pottery imported to Milos[edit]

Phylakopi III

Mycenaean collections (Phylakopi IV)[edit]

Late Bronze Age

In the early 13th century Achaians (Mycenaean) occupied Phylakopi = „Phylakopi IV“ = Late Helladic III period

Late Helladic III B period, approximately in 13th century BC

Late Helladic III C period, approximately in 12th century BC

Mycenaean terracotta figurines[edit]

Lady of Phylakopi[edit]

Wheel-made female figurine of a goddess or priestess from West Shrine in Phylakopi. Height 45 cm. Late Helladic III A period, Phylakopi III, probably 14th century BC.

Bird Goddesses[edit]


Bovine figurines[edit]

Other terracotta[edit]

Mycenaean pottery[edit]

Ancient Greek pottery[edit]

Large vessels[edit]


Other pottery[edit]

Gometric and archaic

Ancient Greek inscriptions[edit]

Ancient Greek and Roman sculptures[edit]


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