The "Dama de Galera" found in Granada, Spain, is probably a depiction of Goddess Astarte, century BCE. She is an alabaster ritual vessel; when libation is poured into her, the liquid pours from her breasts into the basin she holds.
Coin from Gnossus, a city on the north coast of the Island of Crete. labyrinth in the shape of counter-clockwise swastika with floral pattern in the centre; sunk squares in the 4 courners ca 420 Greek Silver Stater of Knossos (Crete)
celebrated Minoan fresco named "Parisiene" by the archaeologists. More than 3500 years ago used to decorate the walls of the Palace at Knossos. It was detached from the wall section of the Libation Offerings, and now is on display at Herakleion Museum
Cretan ceremony A priestess pours offerings at an altar with labrys pillars topped by doves. Behind her a procession comes with more offerings. The Hagia Triada sarcophagus is limestone painted in fresco.
The Minoan stone vessel known as the 'Harvester Vase', from Hagia Triada on Crete, BCE. The vase is carved from serpentine and was originally covered in gold leaf. The scenes in relief depict a sowing festival. (Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, Crete).