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Gold plaques showing Artemis as "Mistress of the Animals", Greek, Orientalizing period, 660-620 BCE. The seven gold plaques are of sheet gold and were designed to be worn at the top edge of a garment with the rosettes pinned at the shoulders. The goddess tames wild animals at each hand. Pomegranates, a symbol of fertility, hang from the bottom of each plaque. GR 1861.11-11.1,3
Gold jewelery (crown necklace, earrings, pins) from a burial chamber at the necropolis of Sindos (Important archaic era cemetery near Thessalonike, with 121 graves excavated, which has yielded some remarkable finds, some of which are reminiscent of Mycenaean artifacts, particularly the gold death masks); 560 BCE.