National Geographic : 1933 Dec
A POTTERY LINK OF THE PRE-HELLENIC AEGEAN This burial jar, from lalysos, one of the three communities of Aegean or Cretan peoples which united to found the city of Rhodes, is similar to other burial vases for children found at Knossos and Mycenae. It is now in the Museum at Rhodes. Natural iuor rniuograpns uyL.uigi relleraIo COPIES OF POTTERY OF THE KNIGHTS OF RHODES Resembling majolica, butwith conventionalized designs similar tothose of 16th-century Persia, old Lindos ware has figured asatreasure indowries for centuries. This modem Lindos ware isareproduction ofpottery the Knights used in their priories.