Lady Escaping the Minoan Eruption: Melos to Chania


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Lady Escaping the Minoan Eruption - Melos to Chania, Aegean Sea, Greece

Lady Escaping the Minoan Eruption:
Melos to Chania
Original Painting
Late Bronze Age (LBA)
Late Minoan I (LM I) Period
Late Cycladic I (LC I) Period
About 1600 BC
Aegean Sea, Greece

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Artwork Description
Original Painting
Late Bronze Age (LBA)
Late Minoan I (LM I) Period
Late Cycladic I (LC I) Period
About 1600 BC
Aegean Sea, Greece
This is an original painting of a lady escaping the great Minoan eruption of Santorini (Thera) traveling by ship in the Aegean Sea from the island of Melos to the city of Chania on Crete in Greece in about 1600 BC. Bare breasts were the cultural norm during this period.

This painting is dedicated to my extraordinary colleague and friend of many years the educator, geologist, and volcanologist Dr. Floyd W. McCoy.


W. Sheppard Baird