The Minoans' all important relationship with the sea is demonstrated in much of their art, including this fresco.
This vividly naturalistic silhouette of a fisherman is from the 16th century BCE. It was found in a house in Akrotire, on the island of Thera, which was destroyed a volcano. The fish appear to be mackererls or small tunas.
(12 χ 19 cm)
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