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  Painted plaster head from Mycenae. 1300-1250 BC. One of the few surviving examples of Mycenaean sculptures in the round,
 
  its harsh colouring and chilling stare indicate that it may represent a sphinx. The flat triangular face seems to foreshadow the conventions of the later Greek Archaic statues.
 
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