Skyphoid krater from Karitsa Wheelmade skyphoid krater decorated with concentric circles containing crosses. Tomb 2, Grave C. Tumulus cemetery at Karitsa, loc. Ghavria, Pieria ('Γαβριά' Καρίτσας Πιερίας) ca. 900 BCE. Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki
Pendant semicircle krater from Karitsa Small wheelmade krater decorated with bands and pendant semicircles. Tomb 15, Grave C. Tumulus cemetery at Karitsa, loc. Ghavria, Pieria ('Γαβριά' Καρίτσας Πιερίας) ca. 900 BCE. ΜΔ 2282. Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki
LM IIIB pyxis with lyre-player from Kalami (2) With decoration including a robed man holding a lyre or cithara in a field with birds, horns of consecration, and double-axes. Interpretations of the male figure have included a singer, a priest, Apollo, and Orpheus. See the Ministry of Culture page (possibly only available via the Google cache). From a chamber tomb at Kalami loc. Koiliaris near ancient Aptera (Pleiades, Wikipedia. Late Minoan IIIB period, ca. 1300-1250…
Urn with conical foot and neck. It is decorated with narrow bands and birds. Late 8th century BC. Archaeological Museum, Eretria ΜΕ 15429. Hellenic Ministry of Culture/Archaeological Receipts Fund. Sapouna-Sakellaraki, E., Eretria: Site and Museum, Hellenic Ministry of Culture/Archaeological Receipts Fund, Athens 1995, p. 74, fig. 55.