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Macedonia has been the intersection of many roads and civilizations during the past. Eastern and western influences are transgressing here, as Macedonia has always been the fortification of Europe against eastern Islamic impacts and influence, but also the gate through which European influence penetrated the east. All this contributed for the territory of Macedonia to become rich in culture and inheritance from different periods and civilizations. Macedonia 's archeological map has recorded over 5,000 archeological sites. The archaeological finds are numerous and date back to ancient history: from the Early and Middle Neolith, through the Bronze and the Iron age to the early and middle Greek and Roman periods and up to the time of Byzantium.


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(38x22x20 cm)/75 €(16x10x10 cm)/37 €
Item 1
ALTER - the Great Mother, Neolithic

The philosophical concept is to depict the Mother as a life-giver and protector of the family and the home. The concept of the Great Mother has been artistically conveyed through an anthropomorphic cylinder on a rectangular base -- a house. Her stretched hands are laid upon the roof as if she were emerging from it. In Macedonia the Great Mother (Magna Mater) was the most worshipped cult in the Neolithic.

Weight (+box): 700 gr. / 5.500 gr.

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(11x6 cm)
11 €
Item 2
Figurine, Neolithic (Mogila village, near Bitola)
The figurine is of the altar-cylinder type, typical of the Velusina - Porodin culture. The upper part depicts emphasized plastic nose, prominent eyes and mouth, below which an M-shaped ornament is rendered. The appearance of the figurine, which represents a goddess, shows the woman's desire for ornamentation and adornment. The figurine is created to convey the cult to the mother-woman, giving birth and feeding family.

Weight (+box):  185 gr.

Certificate  from the Museum of Macedonia


(11x8 cm)
47 €
Item 3
MAENAD – 6th c. BC
A bronze statuette from the 6th century BC, discovered in an arched chamber tomb of some local ruler in Tetovo. It was attached to the rim of a crater used for mixing and cooling vine and water. In the Roman-Greek Pantheon Maenads were girls accompanying Bacchus, the god of vine and joy. They wore leopard skin and used to take part in celebrations devoted to this god. With their joy and dances Maenads entertained the guests during festivities in temples.

Weight (+box): 310 gr.

Certificate  from the Museum of Macedonia


(20x48 cm)
139 €
Item 4
HELMET – 4th c. BC (Marvinci)
As a standard piece of equipment of the Macedonian Army, the helmet typologically belongs to the sc. "Macedonian helmets." This attribution is due to several distinctive features: thin high crest above the forehead bent forward, pronounced neck-piece and specific armor-plate "pragnatidae" for the face, i.e., cheeks of warrior.

Weight (+box): 3.500 gr.

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(13x8 cm)
17 €
Item 5
CUP depicting Macedonian shield, 3rd c. BC
The cup belongs to the 3rd-2nd century BC. It is made of clay in a mold and was used for drinking wine. As a symbol, the decoration had become the official coat-armor of the Ancient Macedonian state.


Weight (+box): 410 gr.

Certificate  from the Museum of Macedonia


(30x15 cm)
33 €
Item 6
OINOCHOE – 3rd - 2nd c. BC
Lychnidos necropolis "Deboj" -- Ohrid

Lower part decorated with vertical cenelures. Handle ending with a dragonhead that supersedes the mouth.

Weight (+box): 1.230 gr.

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(10x8 cm)
13 €
Item 7
Oil Lamps – 1st - 4th c. AD
The lamp is decorated with a relief depiction of a crescent, presumably a symbol of the young goddess Serene, who was portrayed as a beautiful gentle figure with a crescent hovering above her head. Serene was believed to have been a personification of life on earth. Flowers blossomed under her look; farmers' works were guided by the moon phases. You can use it as table light by putting inflammable oil into the lamp.

Weight (+box): 80 - 140 gr.

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TERRACOTTA ICONS (Vinica), 6th-7th c AD
(32x19x4 cm)
(32x28x4 cm) / 76€
Item 8
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1. ARCHANGEL MICHAEL / 2.850 gr.
2. CONSTANTINE’S CROSS / 2.800 gr.
3. JOSHUA & CALEB / 3.700 gr.
4. 42 PSALM OF DAVID / 3.450 gr.
5. THE MIRACLE OF PROPHET ELYSEUM / 3.350 gr.


Certificate  from the Museum of Macedonia


COINS
Item 9
Weight: Product +box


1. TETRADRACHM, the first Macedonian Meris - silver / 33 € / 30 gr.
2. LYSIMACHUS, bearing the head of Alexander III - silver / 29 € / 30 gr.
3. PHILIP II - gilt silver / 25 € / 15 gr.
4. ALEXANDER III - gilt silver / 25 € / 15 gr.
5. DIDRACHM, Audoleont - silver / 21 € / 15 gr.


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