Exhibitions date back from the 1200 B.C. and, among others, include:
The museum, which is located adjacent to the archaeological site of Eretria, contains artefacts unearthed at Xeropolis, the cemetery of Skoumbri, Palaia Perivolia, and Toumba in Lefkandi, at Paliochora and Geraki hill in Amarynthos and at Eretria and Magoula.
Also found at Lefkandi is a straight-sided Mycenaean alabastron with three handles, dated to the 12th century BC.
The museum also contains Archaic relief pithos fragments decorated with representations of birds devouring bodies dated to the 7th century BC and a necklace made of faience beads representing Isis and Horos possibly from Cyprus and dating from the Protogeometric period, 11th-10th centuries BC.
Address and Contact details:
T.K. 34008, Eretria (Prefecture of Evia)
Tel: +30 22290 62206
email: [email protected]
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