National Archaeological Museum / Archaeological Site of Mycenae:
Two fragments from murals found at the Acropolis of Mycenae.
Three women look out of the windows of a festooned house. The scene’s festive character and the women’s gestures of veneration and surprise , indicate that they are watching a religious spectacle from the “Ramp House” (14th century B.C)
Daemons depicted in a hunting scene. Three lion-headed daemons, also called donkey-head because of how they are drawn, walk to the right holding a wooden pole from which their prey hangs. This type of daemon originated from Egypt and is connected with vegetation rituals.