To the top portion of the photograph we can see an impressive gold diadem with repoussé rosettes and thin sheets applied at the top. Grave Circle A, Mycenae,16th century BC.
Lower half: A unique gold covering for the body and the face of an infant, consisting of pieces of gold foil. Notice the tiny ring-shaped earrings. Grave Circle A, Mycenae,16th century BC.
Courtesy & currently located at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. Photo taken by Dorieo.

To the top portion of the photograph we can see an impressive gold diadem with repoussé rosettes and thin sheets applied at the top. Grave Circle A, Mycenae,16th century BC.

Lower half: A unique gold covering for the body and the face of an infant, consisting of pieces of gold foil. Notice the tiny ring-shaped earrings. Grave Circle A, Mycenae,16th century BC.

Courtesy & currently located at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. Photo taken by Dorieo.

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