Post-Byzantine and Neo-Hellenic art

The collections of ecclesiastical and secular art cover the historical period from the 15th to the 19th century and provide evidence of the high level of culture in the Greek world during the Frankish and Ottoman occupations.
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    • basin
    • chest
    • cloth icon
    • coin
    • cross
    • decorative wall components
    • disk/tray
    • door
    • embroidery
    • epigraph
    • fountain
    • icon
    • iconostasis
    • jewellery
    • marriage crowns
    • memento
    • plate
    • relief
    • small box
    • small icon
    • sprinkler
    • votive offering
    • wall painting
    • objects of unknown function
    • architecture
    • architectural element
    • type of written communication
    • type of document in terms of form
    • work of visual art
    • sculpture
    • emblem symbol memento
    • costume and jewellery
    • furnishings and fabrics
    • piece of furniture
    • fixtures and fittings for buildings
    • currency title
    • vessel
    • ceremonial object
    • Attica
    • Corfu
    • Crete
    • Cycladic Islands
    • Cyprus
    • Dodecanese
    • Epirus
    • Germany
    • Hydra
    • Ionian Sea
    • Macedonia
    • Moldova(?)
    • Rhodes
    • Skiathos
    • Skopelos
    • Skyros
    • Thasos
    • Thessaly
    • Thrace
    • Turkey(?)
    • West Europe
    • Asia
    • Turkey
    • Southeastern Europe
    • Greece
    • The Greek Islands
    • Argosaronic Gulf
    • Northern Aegean Sea
    • Sporades
    • Central Greece
    • Moldova
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      • b.c.
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    • Constantinople workshop
    • Despoineta
    • George May II
    • Hourmouzis
    • Karatzas
    • Kassibouri Theodosia
    • Marangopoulos Pantazis
    • Poulopos Theodosia
    • Samos workshop
    • Sechis Georgios
    • Sinan Hadji
    • Toboulas Constantis
    • Vranianit Nicholaos
    • mainland Greek workshop
    • monk Dimitrios
    • northern Greek workshop
    • nun Agathe
    • priest-monk Philotheos

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