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Attributed to the Steiner Master (artist)

Ancient Greek
circa 2500 –2400 B.C.E.


Archaeologists have grouped these figures according to elements of their style. The broad, U-shaped head, with its small, high-placed nose, and the distinctive profile of the thick torso and slender legs link our figure to an artist known as the Steiner Master, named after the owners of the figurine first identified with this style.

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