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Andonis Katanos

Andonis Katanos

Leptokarya, Pieria

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Andonis was born in Istanbul and was awarded B.A degree in Anthropology and History of Art from S.U.N.Y. at New Paltz, New York. I combine photography, archaeology and nature. Recently I reside in Greece, cooperating with publishing houses and magazines. I have published articles with photos covering from Neolithic, Cycladic, Minoan, Mycenaean, Bronze Age, Geometric, Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic up to the Imperial Roman period. I have established an extensive image library covering such as: archaeological sites, mythological landscapes, pottery, cult figurines, votive relieves, megalithic cyclopean structures, temples, oracle sites, metallurgical workshops, sculptures, jewellery, glassware and various archaeological artifacts. The images can be used in guidebooks, exhibitions, web-sites, on-line educational presentations, editorial and educational purposes. Thank you for taking time to visit my site. E-mail: fotokatanos@hotmail.com

Ancient Dion

Archaeology of Macedonia

Cypriot Antiquities

Mycenaean Bronze and Gold

Ancient Greek Jewellery

Mycenaean Gold Cups

Mycenaean Funerary Masks

Neolithic Pottery

Mycenaean Frescoes

Mycenaean Pottery

Cycladic Figurines

Ancient Mirrors

Neolithic Coroplastic Art

Mycenaean Gold Jewellery

Ancient Greek Sculptures

Cycladic civilisation

Geometric pottery

Orientalising type pottery

Ancient Greek Physicians

Parthenon Sculptures

Gaia- Mother Earth

Ancient Greek Bronze

Votive and Grave relief

Korae

Mycenaean Ivory

Mycenaean portraits

Mycenaean crystal and marble

Cave of Pan and Nymphs

Ancient Computer

Horses in Ancient Greece

Temples-Sanctums-Shrines

Treasures of Lavreotica

Neolithic tools-ornaments

Antiquities of Attica

Linear B tablets

Ancient Greek pottery

Athens Metro Antiquities

Moon on sites

Greek Terracotta

Platamon Castle

Megalithic structures and pyramidals

Delphi

Delos

Mystical Euboea

Photo-Quotes

Dragon Houses- Drakospita

Mycenaean civilization

Acrocorinth fortress

Psychomanteion- Tainaro

Naxos