Trojan War

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(Millennium gold) Oldest Mycenae gold necklaces from chamber tombs. ca 1200 BCE. Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Creta, Star Necklace, Heart Pendant Necklace, Greek Jewelry, White Gold Diamonds

Gold necklaces from chamber tombs in Mycenae. Athens, National Archaeological Museum (Αθήνα, Εθνικό Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο)

1600—1200 BCE.

Golden crown, (diadem) (Trojan king of Priam) Moscow Push .- Altın taç , ( diadem ) (Truva kralı Priam’in ) Moskova Puşkin Güzel Sanat… The golden crown (diadem) (of Trojan king Priam) is on display at the Moscow Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. Greek Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Headdress, Headpiece, Ancient Troy, Costume Ethnique, Golden Crown

Big Diadem with pendants shaped as “idols”. Moscow, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (Москва, Государственный музей изобразительных искусств имени А. С. Пушкина)

Gold; cat. 10. 2400—2300 BCE.

Schliemann telegraphed to the king of Greece: “The tombs of Agamemnon and his father Atreus were found in Mycenae”; and he proudly wrote to his friends: “I looked broadly into Agamemnon’s face”. Roman Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Antique Jewelry, Gold Jewelry, Mycenaean, Minoan, Creta

Heinrich Schliemann and His Mycenae

Just like many true archaeologists, you may not be delighted with the methods of Heinrich Schliemann, but you will not fail to take off your hat before such a strong belief in oneself and on…

Soporte de metacrilato Mycenaean Helmet, Athens, National Archaeological Museum The Mycenaean Helmets were made out of boar tusks. Creta, Mycenaean, Minoan, Greek History, Ancient History, European History, American History, Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt

Mycenaean Helmet, Athens, National Archaeological Museum

Mycenae: boar-tusk helmet, ca 1400 BC. NAMA. For centuries the only record humanity had of a boar's tusk helmet was a description in Homer's Iliad. Scholars assumed that Homer had just made up some fantasy helmet that never existed. Then archaeologists began to find artistic representations of boar-tusk helmets & even the remains of the helmets themselves

Mycenaean Greece - Gold earring, c. 1600 BC, Louvre Museum Source by Greek Jewelry, Ethnic Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Gold Jewelry, Jewlery, Wire Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Arte Latina

This earring, displayed in the Louvre Museum, dates from the Mycenean age. This piece of jewelry represents the great wealth that existed for some in the Late Bronze Age of Greece, and the desire for gold status symbols such as gaudy jewelry.

Woah Solid gold lion beaker (wine cup) excavated from the royal graves at Mycenae, Greece - National Museum, Athens Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Art History, Mycenaean, Minoan, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts

Ancient Greece, Sparta & Troy

Solid gold lion beaker (wine cup) excavated from the royal graves at Mycenae, Greece -- National Archeological Museum, Athens

Earrings from Mogilanska mound Thracian gold, Bulgaria Ancient Romans, Ancient Art, Ancient History, European Tribes, Call Art, Ancient Jewelry, Ancient Civilizations, Precious Metals, Metal Working

Mogilanska mound - A Burial of a Thracian princess

The Treasures of the ancient Thracians - The Mogilanska Mogila (The Mogilan Mound). A Burial of a Thracian princess