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Cretan Snake Goddess Statue
1500 BCE, The Iraklion Archaeological Museum, Crete
Holding her legendary sacred snakes, this revered goddess has been credited as healer, messenger and priestess of retribution. An exact replica of the historic statue unearthed in Knossos, Crete at the turn of the last century, our museum-quality designer resin work is hand-painted with an ancient patina that echoes the distinctive ceramic original.

7½"Wx2½"Dx10½"H. 1 lb.
Was: $34.95
Now: $19.95
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Cretan Snake Goddess Statue 4.9 5 7 7
This piece is a classic. I feel like Indiana Jones gave this to me. It is very accurate in its details and has a good weight feel. Looks beautiful in my curio cabinet next to other (real) artifacts. January 24, 2014
This product is an accurate recreation. I am delighted with my Cretan Snake Goddess. She is an accurate recreation of the original artifact and a wonderful addition to any one who seeks to build a collection of goddess figurines. January 15, 2014
Exquisite reproduction of ancient artifact- Great size and color! I am delighted with this reproduction version of Ariadne, a goddess from ancient Crete- authentic details and coloration, great size. Well worth the price! I wish there were more such things available! Thanks for making this one! L August 11, 2013
Museum quality reproduction The coloration is excellent and the overall execution is quite well done. A great conversation starter!! June 15, 2013
woops A little revealing, but thats the female figure, which is excellently designed. Hard to notice the snakes. Have it on a self in the book case. I like it. September 21, 2012
Arrived With A Broken Snake. Original Packaging at fault The Product was well worth it but it does no good if it is not packed well in original box. Still I am happy with the statue. It is 1500 BC so a little damage can be expected. March 1, 2012
Well, you have to be into Cretan Snake Goddesses to appreciate this, but if you are, this is a great deal. Like, I said, you have to be into Cretan Snake Goddesses. But really, who isn't? Of course, my wife made me put a tiny t-shirt on her so that visitors to my office aren't scandalized by the topless aspect, but I happened to have a tiny t-shirt handy, so that was no big deal. March 1, 2012
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