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  • Beautiful reproduction of historical Greek Snake Goddess. A superb paintings of artwork snake goddess with open hands, plaster sculpture with white and coloured patina, made via way of means of the conventional approach of casting plaster. A hand-crafted reproduction of the genuine plaster Greek statue, that's conserved via the records of Greek artwork.


    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, Minoan artifact museum reproduction

    SKU: S456
    122,00 €Price
    • • Condition: New, made in Greece

      • Materials: Plaster, patina

      • Dimensions: Width 13 cm (5.12 inches) – Height 35 cm ( 13.78 inches)

      • Technique: casting plaster

      • Product code number: S452