Up for your consideration a wonderful clay reproduction of the Lefkandi Chiron, the terracotta centaur that is on display at the Archaeological Museum of Eretria. The original figurine has been dated to the second half of the 10th century BC and was discovered broken in two parts, each of which had been placed in a different grave. It is the earliest known Greek representation of the mythical being that was half man half horse.
Please note that our figurine is not an exact reproduction.
Approximate Measurements: Height 30cm x Length 20 x Width 11cm (11.81″ x 7.87″ x 4.33″), Weight 1.2 kgr.
Condition: Excellent pre-owned condition. Please take a careful look at the pictures for detailed condition and feel free to ask any questions that you may have. Please note that some light surface wear might not be visible in the pictures due to lighting.
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