Discovered at Chryssolakkos, the burial ground outside the palace of Malia on the island of Crete.
The original pendant (in gold) represents two bees, with wings raised, holding a honeycomb of fine granulated gold between their legs, sipping from a drop of honey or nectar. The pendant is thought to date to ca 1800 BC and is in the Museum at Heraklion in Crete.
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Minoan Malia honeybees earrings
- Code: JV-086
- Status: In Stock
- ex UK VAT: £50.00
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