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Pe. 017 :: Saw.

  • Data elements
Inventory number
Pe. 017
Object
Saw.
Country - Origin
Cyprus : Europe
Geographic name, alternative - Swedish
Cypern
Provenance - Origin
Pera.
Exhibitions
MMs permanent Cyprus Exhibition 1989-2005, showcase 05:03.
Keyword
vcm
Name - Photographer
Medelhavsmuseet 2008
Description
Medelhavsmuseet 2008 represents pictures taken in 2008 by Ove Kaneberg, Karl Zetterström or Tony Sandin. In 2008 a new strategy of photographing objects started.
Source - http
collections.smvk.se
Exhibition - Current
Cypern genom tiderna
alt
Description

New Cypriot gallery.

The Leventis Gallery of Cypriote Antiquities

The island of Cyprus is situated in the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea, and this location has always made the island a crossroad of peoples, goods and ideas originating in ancient Egypt, the Levant, Mesopotamia, Anatolia and Greece.

This exhibition consists of about 1500 archaeological finds, which span more than 7000 years. They testify to an ever increasing intensification of contacts between Cyprus and the outside world, and an unusual open-mindedness towards new ideas and influences.

This not only led to a diversification of religious beliefs, but also resulted in exceptional innovative and unique works of art, that have become a true hallmark of Cyprus.

Most of the items in the exhibition were brought to light at the many sites excavated by the Swedish Cyprus Expedition between 1927 and 1931. The background to the

Swedish Cyprus Expedition is told in the study corner adjacent to the museum café: The A.G. Leventis Gallery of Cypriote Antiquities: the Mezzanine Floor.

In accordance with the practice of the time, the excavation finds were subsequently divided between Sweden and Cyprus with permission from the British colonial

government. (www.medelhavmuseet.se, 2010-09-01)

Time - Start
2009-01-30 [?]
Exhibition, Part of - Current
Cypern genom tiderna - Showcase 10:06.
alt
Comments

EJ KLAR!

Flisa 6b.

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Pe. 017.jpg
Date - Registration
2004-10-29