Vases of the Early Cycladic period form the greatest part of the archaeological collection of the Apeiranthos Museum. Most of them are made of clay, and some of marble. The collection includes a considerable number of marble figurine fragments, obsidian, bronze daggers and bronze and stone tools.
Unique in Greece is the group of gray marble plaques with hammered represantations. Among the findings of historic times the most notable are a group of terracotta figures of cultic character, lamps and small vessels from tombs,and a multi-sided votive relief, the Naxian origin of which is uncertain.
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