Prince of the Lilies Fresco
The Prince of the Lilies fresco is one of the well-known Minoan frescoes and is believed to represent a Minoan priest-king. It was reconstructed from the fragments retrieved from the archaeological site at Knossos located on the island of Crete in Greece.
The image shows a copy of this fresco on display at the Corridor of Procession situated inside the Palace at Knossos, which belonged to the Minoans, a mysterious civilization that flourished in Crete and nearby islands from 2600 to 1100 BCE.
Here are some of the other frescoes at the site:
– Ladies in Blue Fresco
– Bull Leaping Fresco
– Dolphins Fresco
– Griffin Fresco in the Throne Room
Palace at Knossos Images
– Horns of Consecration – Sacred horns of the bull
– Ruins of a multi-storied structure
– Ruins of Palace at Knossos
– Reconstructed hall with columns and frescoes
– Bastion of the Bull
– King’s Megaron and Stoa
– Queen’s Megaron
– Jars at “The Magazines of the Great Pithoi”
– Pithoi Jars
– Minoan Civilization, Mycenaean Civilization
– Athens, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora
– Crete, Greek Islands, Greece
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