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Archaeological Museum of Delos

In the nine halls of the museum are exhibited the sculptures and the engravings from Delos, brought to light by archaeological excavations, vessels from the prehistoric and late Hellenistic period, objects from privately owned residences of the sacred island, jewelry, figurines, mosaics, funerary statues and stelae. Among the most important exhibits of the museum are the bronze mask of a bearded Dionysis, found at the south of the Agora of the Competaliasts, the wall painting from the neighborhood of Skardanas, depicting Hercules, two boxers and a male figure playing the flute or the bugle. Highlight: The archaic Kore from the temple of Apollo, considered a leading example of plastic arts. Opening Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 08:00-15:00 (closed on Mondays) Cost of admission: €5 full, €3 reduced

Archaeological site of Delos, Mykonos