Mycenaean terracotta figures, dated around 1300 BC.
These goddess-statuettes were acquisited by the British Museum in 1996, and are around 13.5cm in height. They are Psi-type female figures as they stand in the shape of the Greek alphabet letter ‘Psi’. We can tell they are women from the long skirts they wear, noticeable breasts, and are all wearing a pylos. Pylos was a type of flattened hat that women wore and is noticeable in their depictions in art.