Decorate your home with an Ancient Greek ceramic Slab,copy from fresco.
It dipicted 2 boxers.The Akrotiri Boxer Fresco, discovered in 1967, is one of the Wall Paintings of Thera, leading examples of Minoan painting. It is a fresco depicting two young boys wearing boxing gloves and belts and dates back to the Bronze Age, 1700 BCE. Around 1600 BCE, a disastrous earthquake, followed by a volcanic eruption, covered Akrotiri in a thick layer of pumice and ash, which resulted in the remarkable conservation of frescoes, including the Akrotiri Boxer Fresco, from multiple buildings throughout the town. This particular fresco was found in room B1 of Building Beta along with the Antelope Fresco
Net weight: 0,7 kgr(1,55lbr), Dimensions: 20cm* 25cm(7,8*9,75)in)