Lion of Kea
Lion of Kea is name of colossal archaic sculpture of a guardian lion, chieseleded from a single blok of local limestone, probably in a 6th century BC, on an island of Kea, Greece, when island`s name was Cheos.
Almost nothing else is konown about this 9 m long sculpture, which even today stands in situ near the island`s willage of Ioulida.
- Ida Haugsted: Dream and reality: Danish Antiquaries, Architects and Artists in Greece, London, 1996., p. 37
- Greek Islands (guide), Lonly Planet, 2018., s. v. Kea lion
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