Archaeological Museum of Heraklion:
Stone bull’s head rhyton- left side of head and horns restored. A masterpiece of Minoan art, worked with great precision to render the natural features of the real animal. The snout is outlined with an inlay white seashell, while the preserved right eye is inlaid with rock crystal, with a rim and pupil made of red jasper.
The vessel would have been used for libations, as indicated by the hole at the neck for filling and the corresponding hole on the snout for pouring the liquid. Knossos, Little Palace, 1600-1450 B.C
From the treasury of the shrine at Zakros, a fragment from a bull’s head rhyton, and a restored bull’s head rhyton made of chlorite stone. From the end of the Neopalatial period (1450 B.C).
Check out also this silver bull-head rhyton from Mycenae (16th century B.C)