Prepalatial Period: Minoan Art

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Minoan art is the term used for art made in the prepalatial period (3000-1900 BC). What was left of this sea bearing civilization is mostly Cycladic statues, sculptures, pottery fragments, and mural paintings. The attire of the snake goddess sculptures are very typical in Minoan women clothing. The Minoan mural paintings are very cultural, showing figures with small waist and fluid, bold line structure. Minoan potters made everything from jars and pots to vases and stone seal stamps most of which are in museums around

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