This unit includes remarkable Early Cycladic and Minoan stone vases, gold earings from Poliochni in Lemnos, a group of Mycenaean jewelry from Thebes and an almond-shaped seal-stone with the representation of a ship.
- Geometric and Archa?c period
The exquisite objects in this unit include characteristic bronze geometric pendants, unique Archa?c gold jewelry and bronze figurines. Of great importance are the lead kouros from Figaleia, the bronze statuette of Hermes carrying a ram, an Archa?c bronze bull, and the earrings with griffins from Spata.
- Finds from Chalkidiki
This rich selection of bronze, silver and gold jewerly from Chalkidiki dates to the sixth, fifth and fourth centuries BC.
- Classical period
This unit includes remarkable fifth century BC silver vessels from Ionia and unique objects, such as the Red-Figure Style painted egg by the Loutro painter.
- Dimitrias Hoard
This hoard, uncovered at Dimitrias in Thessaly, contains exquisite gold jewelry of the fourth century BC.
- Karpenisi Hoard
This hoard from Karpenisi contains thirty-five masterpieces of Hellenistic jewelry.
- Hellenistic period
This unit includes beautiful jewelry, vessels and minor objects of the Hellenistic period.
- Roman period
This unit contains remarkable objects, especially precious jewelry, such as the gold rings and earrings, a gold and pearl necklace and a gold and emerald bracelet.
- Byzantine period
Byzantine vessels, minor objects and ornate jewelry are exhibited here.
- Post-byzantine period
Post-byzantine bronze and silver vessels and jewelry are exhibited here, including a double-faced pendant of the seventeenth century AD.