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In mainland Greece the Mycenaeans became dominant around 1500 BC with new and rather popular pottery in the form of stirrup jars and small storage jars with linear patterns, very collectable these days.

Archaic and classical Greece has been known actually for its magnificent temples and large marble and bronze sculptures from the 6th and 5th century BC.
The easiest to collect of all antiquities from ancient Greece from this same period are the black and red painted vases from Corinth and Athens, since these are available in great quantity and variety, as goes for the smaller human or animal terracotta figures.
Very popular in the Hellenistic period of the 4th-3rd century BC are the so-called Tanagras terracottas, graciously shaped male and female figures from Boeotia, a region north of Athens.