Karpathos Archaeological Museum Attraction - Karpathos - Dodecanese
Karpathos Archaeological Museum Attraction
The newly-built archaeological museum of Karpathos opened in 2005. The oldest finds date back to 4.000 B.C. being Neolithic arrow peaks of obsidian, stone grinders and a stone ax. The Minoan finds include a bronze bracelet, a stone seal, vases, a pottery wheel and more. There are also Mycenaean exhibits, such as cups, utensils, burial urns and vases. The finds of Roman and Byzantine periods include a relief column, mosaics, gold coins, weights, lamps, etc. The most striking exhibit is a tomb from the area of Arkasa which is still intact.
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