More than 40 intricately-designed seal stones from the more advanced Minoan culture on the nearby island of Crete were found in the tomb. Long-horned bulls and sometimes, human bull jumpers soaring over their horns, are a common motif in Minoan designs.
Archaeologists discover 'masterpiece' sealstone in Greek tomb. The tiny sealstone depicting warriors in battle measures just inches across but contains incredible detail. (CREDIT: University of Cincinnati)
Gold signet ring, the largest from the Mycenaean world, found in Tiryns, but made by a Minoan workshop c. A procession of lion-headed “daemons” offering libation jugs to the seated goddess who raises a ritual vessel: the sun wheel & the cresce
Ring of Isopata BC This famous Minoan gold ring from the Isopata tomb, near Knossos, depicts four dancing female figures, richly clad in characteristic Minoan attire, moving through a landscape of lilies.