Archaeological Museum of Sifnos
The Archaeological Museum of Sifnos is a museum, in the village of Kastro on Sifnos (the capital of the island since the Archaic period until 1836), in Greece. Its collections include exhibits dating from the early Bronze Age to the late Byzantine period. There are mostly local finds.
The building of the museum belongs to the medieval nucleus of the Kastro. It was restored by the Greek Ministry of Culture and opened to the public in 1986.
Early Cycladic kandila (chandelier), marble, ca 3000 BC
Protocorinthian cotyle, early 7th century BC
Base of marble perirhanterion (holy water bowl) from the Kastro of Sifnos
Eroded head of a Kouros, marble, 550 BC
Part of marble stele, inscribed with decree honouring a Delian lyre player, Hellenistic period
Roman portrait of a man, marble
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