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  • Beautiful museum replica of historic Minoan Snake Goddess. A dazzling paintings of art, the snake goddess with open hands. Plaster sculpture with white and coloured patina, made via way of means of the conventional approach of plaster cast. A home made duplicate of the genuine Greek statue, that is conserved withinside the Herakleion Archeological Museum in Crete.


    Minoan snake goddess (known also as the small faience Snake Goddess) is a type of figurine representing a woman holding a snake in each hand. The first two of such figurines (both incomplete) were found by the British archaeologist A. Evans and date to the neo-palatial period of Minoan civilization, c. 1700–1450 BCE.

    Minoan snake goddess seems to be associated with the protection of household and domesticity.

    Snake goddess statue, Museum copy figurine of Minoan art

    SKU: S455
    150,00 € Regular Price
    127,50 €Sale Price
    • • Condition: New, made in Greece

      • Materials: Plaster, patina

      • Dimensions: Width 19 cm (7.48’’) – Height 31 cm ( 12.20”)

      • Technique: plaster cast

      • Product code number : S455

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