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Prepalatial Minoan

Start: 3500 BC
End: 1900 BC
Type: Culture
Note: Bronze Age
Script: Linear A
Notes: The Bronze Age began on Crete around 3200 BC
 

Early Cycladic Greece

Start: 3200 BC
End: 2500 BC
Type: Culture
 

Late Cycladic Greece

Start: 2500 BC
End: 2000 BC
Type: Culture
 

Early Bronze Age Near East

Start: 2300 BC
End: 1900 BC
Type: Archaeology
Note: Philia culture
 

Hattian

Start: 2300 BC
End: 1700 BC
Type: Culture
Language: Hattic
Capital: Hattush
Notes: Non Indo-European, and eventually conquered by the Indo-European speaking Hittites
 

Middle Helladic

Start: 2100 BC
End: 1550 BC
Type: Culture
Industry: Bronze Age
Reference: historian: Heinrich Schliemann 1822-1890
 

Middle Bronze Age Near East

Start: 2100 BC
End: 1550 BC
Type: Period
Industry: Bronze
Notes: Western Asia and the Near East were the first regions to enter the Bronze Age, which began with the rise of the Mesopotamian civilization of Sumer in the mid-4th millennium BC. agriculture, writing systems, potters wheel, monarchic governments, written law codes, city-states, nation-states, empires, social stratification, economic and civil administration, slavery, organized warfare, medicine and religion.[...]astronomy, mathematics and astrology.(wiki)
 

Protopalatial Minoan

Start: 1900 BC
End: 1750 BC
Type: Culture
Note: Palace period, Middle Bronze Age
Script: Linear A
Religion: Matriarchal
Industry: Bronze
Reference: Arthur Evans 1851-1941
 

Neo-Palatial Minoan

Start: 1750 BC
End: 1500 BC
Type: Culture
Script: Linear A
 

Post-Palatial Minoan

Start: 1500 BC
End: 1170 BC
Type: Culture
Script: Linear A
Religion: Matriarchal
Industry: Bronze Age
Notes: historian: Arthur Evans 1851-1941
 

Phrygia

Start: 1200 BC
End: 700 BC
Type: Dynasty
 

Greek Dark Ages

Start: 1150 BC
End: 700 BC
Type: Period
Note: Geometric Greek
Language: Doric (Indo-European)
Notes: Dorian Invasion
 

Ionic Greece

Start: 800 BC
End: 495 BC
Type: Culture
Language: Ionic (Indo European)
 

Attic Greece I

Start: 800 BC
End: 570 BC
Type: Culture
 

Spartan Greece

Start: 668 BC
End: 458 BC
Type: Culture
 

Alexandrian Empire

Start: 359 BC
End: 323 BC
Type: Dynasty
Note: Argead Dynasty
Religion: Olympian
 

Attalid Dynasty

Start: 282 BC
End: 133 BC
Type: Dynasty
Note: Diadochi (Alexandrian)
Notes: Kingdom of Pergamon
 

Roman Empire

Start: 27 BC
End: 395 AD
Type: Empire
Language: Latin
Script: Latin
Religion: Olympian, Christianity
Dynastys:
Periods:
Rulers:
Start: 0 AD
End: 0 AD
Type: Dynasty
 

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End: 0 AD
Type: Delete
 

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End: 0 AD
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Start: 0 AD
End: 0 AD
Type: Delete
 

Eastern (Byzantine) Roman Empire

Start: 306 AD
End: 518 AD
Type: Empire
Note: Byzantine
Religion: Christianity
 
Artefacts:

Bird Vase

NoteFour legged bird vase Collection: Archäologischen Museum Iraklio, Kreta
Year2600 BC
Category: Pottery
Location: 
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution:  Olaf Tausch
Image Note: 
Reference:  Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported
[1 of 0]

Clay goat figurine

NotePorti, Platanos, Koumasa, 2300 - 1900 BCE. Collection: Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
Year2300 BC
Category: Pottery
Location:  Crete
Material:  Clay
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution:  Jebulon
Image Note: 
Reference:  Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication
[2 of 0]

Bowl sherd

NoteKamares pot
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Cnossus
Material: 
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note: 
Reference:  1936,0901.12
[3 of 0]
 
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Marble female figure

NoteEarly Cycladic II Keros-Syros culture
Year2600 BC
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Cyclades
Material: 
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[1 of 0]

Marble head

NoteHead from the figure of a woman, Spedos type, Early Cycladic II (2700 BC–2300 BC), Keros culture.
Year2700 BC
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Cyclades
Material: 
Collection:  The Louvre
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[2 of 0]

Marble female figure

NoteHarvard Art Museums, Cambridge,MA, USA
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Cyclades
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[3 of 0]
 
Artefacts:
 
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Marble harp player

NoteCycladic figurine, from the early Cycladic II period, early spedos type, found in early 19. century in a grave on the Greek island of Santorini. Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe, Germany
Year1900 BC
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[1 of 0]
 
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Cypriot idol, Red Polished Ware

Note(2100–2000 BC). Museum zu Allerheiligen. https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=12649748
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  By User:Helvetiker - Own work, Public Do
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[1 of 0]

Bronze Age idol

NoteCyprus Museum, 2400–2000 BC https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=22776348
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Cyprus
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  CC BY 3.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  By Klaus D. Peter, Wiehl, Germany
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[2 of 0]
 
Artefacts:

Golden Ewer with Concentric Circles

Note
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material:  Gold
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[1 of 0]

Goddess figurine

NoteGoddess figurines (featuring stylised navels, breasts and vulvas) discovered at Alacahöyük. Kerámia istennőidolok (Anatóliai Civilizációk Múzeuma, Ankara)
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  CC BY 3.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  By Kit36a at Hungarian Wikipedia
Image Note:  Image cropped from two images of figurines
Reference:  https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=47758340
[2 of 0]

Goddess figurine

NoteGoddess figurines (featuring stylised navels, breasts and vulvas) discovered at Alacahöyük. Kerámia istennőidolok (Anatóliai Civilizációk Múzeuma, Ankara)
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  CC BY 3.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  By Kit36a at Hungarian Wikipedia
Image Note:  Image cropped from two images of figurines
Reference:  https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=47758340
[3 of 0]

Sun disk

NoteOne of the 13 sun disks found in tombs in Alacahöyük
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[4 of 0]
 
Artefacts:
 
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Terracotta zoomorphic askos with antlers

NoteTerracotta zoomorphic askos (vessel) with antlers ca. 1725–1600 B.C.
Year1700 BC
Category: Pottery
Location:  Cyprus
Material: 
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  MET 74.51.795
[1 of 0]
 
Artefacts:

Male Votive figure

Note
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Crete
Material:  Terracotta
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note: 
Reference:  1907,0119.3
[1 of 0]

Cretan spouted jug

NoteArchaeological Museum of Herakleion. Kamares-style pottery. Old palatial period 2100-1700 B.C.
Year2000 BC
Category: Pottery
Location:  Crete
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution:  Wolfgang Sauber - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0
Image Note: 
Reference:  https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=6509132
[2 of 0]

Kamares Fruit Dish

NotePainted Pottery dish from Phaistos. Collection: Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Crete, Greece.
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Crete
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution:  Olaf Tausch
Image Note: 
Reference:  Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported
[3 of 0]

Bridge-spouted Jar

NoteRestored and given to the New York Metropolitan Museum by the Ashmolean, Oxford, UK
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Cnossus
Material:  Terracotta
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  11.186.10
[4 of 0]

Votive figure

Note
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Crete
Material:  Terracotta
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note: 
Reference:  1907,0119.4
[5 of 0]
 
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Female Figure

NoteImage Cropped, Collection: Archaeological Museum of Heraklion.
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Crete
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution:  Zde - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0
Image Note: 
Reference:  https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=52848058
[1 of 0]

Bronze Female figure

NotePossibly votive figure with typical one arm raised to the head in worship or veneration
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Crete
Material:  Bronze
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  24.150.9
[2 of 0]

Kamares Pithos (Jug)

NoteArchäologischen Museum Iraklio, Kreta
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Crete
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution:  Olaf Tausch
Image Note: 
Reference:  Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported
[3 of 0]

Jug with spirals

Note
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Cnossus
Material:  Terracotta
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  11.186.12
[4 of 0]

Bulls Head Vase

NoteThis vase is a type of rhyton, or libation vase. The offering was poured through the hole in the animals muzzle. The vase was filled either by immersion in a large container or through the hole on the head. Using the principle of the siphon, liquid would not flow out as long as the opening at the top was closed with the thumb.
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Crete
Material:  Terracotta
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  1973.35
[5 of 0]

Bull and acrobat figure

Note
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Crete
Material:  Bronze
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note:  background cropped
Reference:  1966,0328.1
[6 of 0]

Bridge-spouted Jar

Note
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Crete
Material:  Terracotta
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  07.232.25
[7 of 0]
 
Artefacts:

Gold Sun goddess of Arinna Statue

Note
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material:  Gold
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution:  By PHGCOM - self-made, photographed at the Metropolitan Museum o
Image Note: 
Reference:  https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3064127
[1 of 0]
 
Artefacts:

Mask of Agamemnon

NoteFound at Mycenae, by Heinrich Schliemann Present location National Archaeological Museum of Athens
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Mycenae
Material:  Gold
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[1 of 0]

The Lady of Phylakopi

NoteThe Lady of Phylakopi. Wheel-made female figurine of a goddess or priestess from West Shrine in Phylakopi. Late Helladic III A period, Phylakopi III, probably 14th century BC. Archaeological Museum of Milos, Cat. no. B 655. Discovered by Colin Renfrew, Excavations 1974-77. Image cropped.
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution:  Zde
Image Note: 
Reference:  Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license.
[2 of 0]

Stirrup vase with octopus design

Note
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Rhodes
Material: 
Collection:  The Louvre
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[3 of 0]

Gold and Silver Bull Rhyton

NoteSilver mycaenean vase (rhtyon) shaped as a bull head with gold horns.
Year1500 BC
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Mycenae
Material:  Silver and Gold
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[4 of 0]
 
Artefacts:

Stirrup jar

Note
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Cnossus
Material: 
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note:  background cropped
Reference:  1896,0201.26
[1 of 0]

Minoan Octopus Vase

NoteCretan clay Octopus vase. Archaeological Museum in Herakleion
Year1500 BC
Category: Pottery
Location:  Crete
Material:  Terracotta
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[2 of 0]

Bulls head rhyton

NoteFound in Zakros, Central Sanctuary Complex Collection: Heraklion Archaeological Museum
Year1500 BC
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Crete
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference:  Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication
[3 of 0]

Restored Minoan Frieze

Note
Year
Category: Painting
Location:  Crete
Material: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[4 of 0]

Bull head rhyton

NoteCollection: Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, case 94.
Year1500 BC
Category: Pottery
Location:  Crete
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution:  Zde
Image Note: 
Reference:  Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. Image cropped
[5 of 0]

Large globular flask

Note
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Crete
Material: 
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note:  background cropped
Reference:  1898,1201.15
[6 of 0]

Bronze figure

Note
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Crete
Material:  Bronze
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  26.31.490
[7 of 0]

Larnax (chest-shaped coffin)

Note
Year
Category: Ornament
Location: 
Material:  Terracotta
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  1996.521a, b
[8 of 0]

Painted Pottery Jar

NoteCemetery of Myrsini (Mirsini), near Sitia, Crete. Collection: Archaeological Museum of Agios Nikolaos.
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Crete
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution:  Zde - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0
Image Note: 
Reference:  Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license
[9 of 0]
 
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Artefacts:

Bronze Horse Figurine

NoteGEOMETRIC GREEK 750BC
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material:  Bronze
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note:  Image cropped
Reference:  BM 1966,0328.3
[1 of 0]

Bronze Bird

NoteGEOMETRIC GREEK 800BC-700BC
Year800 BC
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material:  Bronze
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note:  background cropped
Reference:  BM 1934,0310.2
[2 of 0]

Bronze figure of a bull

NoteBronze Bull Figure from the Geometric Period / style 900 - 700 BC.
Year900 BC
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material:  Bronze
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note:  background cropped
Reference:  BM 1966,0328.11
[3 of 0]

Bronze sexfoil rosette buckle

NoteGEOMETRIC GREEK 800BC-700BC
Year800 BC
Category: Ornament
Location: 
Material:  Bronze
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note:  background cropped
Reference:  BM 1931,1016.19
[4 of 0]
 
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Terracotta figure of helmeted horse and rider

NoteCYPRUS 750BC-600BC
Year750 BC
Category: Pottery
Location:  Cyprus
Material:  Terracotta
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note:  background cropped
Reference:  BM 1876,0909.95
[1 of 0]

Terracotta figure of horse and rider

Note
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Cyprus
Material:  Terracotta
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note:  background cropped
Reference:  BM 1870,0315.17
[2 of 0]

Pottery Figure of Shield Bearer

NoteCypro-Archaic I
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Cyprus
Material: 
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  MET 74.51.1655
[3 of 0]

Warrior statuette

NotePottery figure / figurine of a male figure, probably a warrior. Cypro-Archaic I
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Cyprus
Material:  Terracotta
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  MET 74.51.1614
[4 of 0]

Terracotta statuette of a male flute-player

NoteCypro-Archaic I
Year
Category: Pottery
Location:  Cyprus
Material:  Terracotta
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  MET 74.51.1691
[5 of 0]

Gorgoneion Gold pendant

NoteGorgoneion (Gorgon face), Classical Period
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Cyprus
Material:  Gold
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  MET 74.51.3397b
[6 of 0]
 
Artefacts:

Bronze Horse Figurine

NoteGEOMETRIC GREEK 800BC-700BC
Year800 BC
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material:  Bronze
Collection:  The British Museum
Licence:  CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  British Museum
Image Note:  background cropped
Reference:  BM 1966,0328.6
[1 of 0]

Kouros statues

NoteKleobis and Biton. Identified by inscriptions on the base. Dedicated to Delphi by the city of Argos, signed by [Poly?]medes of Argos. H. 1.97 m (6 ft. 5 ½ in.)(wiki) Archaeological Museum of Delphi.
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material:  Marble
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference:  467, 1524
[2 of 0]
 
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Terracotta pyxis

NoteGeometric design pyxis (box with lid), often used in burials (Geometric period)
Year
Category: Pottery
Location: 
Material:  Terracotta
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  MET 48.11.5a, b
[1 of 0]

Sounion Kouros

NoteKouros statue, National Archaeological Museum, Athens (NAMA)
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Athens
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[2 of 0]
 
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Head of a Kouros

NoteNational Archaeological Museum of Athens
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[1 of 0]

Kroisos Kouros

Notemarble kouros statue from Anavyssos in Attica. National Archaeological Museum of Athens
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material:  Marble
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[2 of 0]

Temple of Poseidon

NoteCape Sounion, the southernmost point of Attica
Year
Category: Architecture
Location: 
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[3 of 0]
 
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Gold lion-griffin plaque

Note
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location: 
Material:  Gold
Licence:  CC0 1.0 [🡭]
Attribution:  New York Met
Image Note: 
Reference:  54.3.2
[1 of 0]

Gold ram rhyton

NoteNational Museum of Iran
Year
Category: Sculpture
Location:  Ecbatana
Material:  Gold
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[2 of 0]

Golden drinking vessel

NoteThe Hyrcanian Golden cup. Dated first half of first millennium. Excavated at Kalardasht in Mazandaran.
Year
Category: Ornament
Location: 
Material:  Gold
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[3 of 0]
 
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Temple of Trajan

Noteat Pergamon,Asia Minor. Built by Hadrian
Year
Category: Architecture
Location: 
Material: 
Collection: 
Licence:  [🡭]
Attribution: 
Image Note: 
Reference: 
[1 of 0]
 
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