Cycladic idols

Harp Player

Marble Cycladic idol representing a seated musician who plays the lyre or harp.

The three-dimensional figure, typical of all the male idols representing musicians, is an early achievement of the Cycladic sculpture. (read more about Cycladic art...)

It was found at Keros and dates from the Early Cycladic period.Dated  to 2800-2300 B.C. National Archaelogical Museum, Athens


Bonded marble & marble patina
23 cm (9 in.)
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