Michaela Mildorfová

Michaela Mildorfová

Michaela Mildorfová
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SOUND INSULATION AND SOUND ABSORBING FELT IN SYNTHETIC MATERIAL BEEHIVE BY JOHANSON DESIGN

SOUND INSULATION AND SOUND ABSORBING FELT IN SYNTHETIC MATERIAL BEEHIVE BY JOHANSON DESIGN

Scandia Moss - SM Panel interior finish.  100% Organic & Maintenance Free, The SM Panel offers easy DIY wall installation for all.  Fire Safe, Air Purification & Acoustic Insulation.  Scandia Moss - Nature Does It Best.

Scandia Moss - SM Panel interior finish. 100% Organic & Maintenance Free, The SM Panel offers easy DIY wall installation for all. Fire Safe, Air Purification & Acoustic Insulation. Scandia Moss - Nature Does It Best.

Kinnarps launches the sound absorber, Oktav, designed by Christian Halleröd - Kinnarps

Kinnarps launches the sound absorber, Oktav, designed by Christian Halleröd - Kinnarps

Early Cycladic culture evolved in three phases, from c. 3300 until 2000 BC, when it was increasingly influenced by Minoan Crete, to the south. The Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Cycladic culture is best known for its schematic, flat idols (intended to be lying down) carved out of pure white marble centuries before Minoan culture arose.

Early Cycladic culture evolved in three phases, from c. 3300 until 2000 BC, when it was increasingly influenced by Minoan Crete, to the south. The Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Cycladic culture is best known for its schematic, flat idols (intended to be lying down) carved out of pure white marble centuries before Minoan culture arose.

Minoans were pioneers in long-distance ocean travel. Much of their art has a maritime theme as the one pictured, a 16th c. BCE fresco found on the island of Santorini.

Minoans were pioneers in long-distance ocean travel. Much of their art has a maritime theme as the one pictured, a 16th c. BCE fresco found on the island of Santorini.

MINOAN: Snake Goddess, from the palace at Knossos. c. 1600 BCE. Faience, appx. 13 1/2 " H. Archeological Museum, Herakleion.  Aside from images of bulls, the only obvious deity we have from ancient Crete is the so-called Snake Goddess, perhaps an Earth Goddess who is holding two snakes in her outstretched hands - she is shown with aflounced skirt, and open bodice (evidently standard among Minoan women), and a dove perched on her head which signifies her being divine.

MINOAN: Snake Goddess, from the palace at Knossos. c. 1600 BCE. Faience, appx. 13 1/2 " H. Archeological Museum, Herakleion. Aside from images of bulls, the only obvious deity we have from ancient Crete is the so-called Snake Goddess, perhaps an Earth Goddess who is holding two snakes in her outstretched hands - she is shown with aflounced skirt, and open bodice (evidently standard among Minoan women), and a dove perched on her head which signifies her being divine.

The first recorded water closet in history is from King Minos of Crete and that was over 2800 years ago.

The first recorded water closet in history is from King Minos of Crete and that was over 2800 years ago.

Reproduction (by Emile Gilliéron) of a terracotta figure of a girl on a swing, Late Minoan I,: ca. 1600-1450 B.C.

Reproduction (by Emile Gilliéron) of a terracotta figure of a girl on a swing, Late Minoan I,: ca. 1600-1450 B.C.

The Palace at Knossos, Crete - the seat of the ancient Minoan civilization named for the mythical King Minos.

The Palace at Knossos, Crete - the seat of the ancient Minoan civilization named for the mythical King Minos.